- Publisher: NY (1980)
- ASIN: B000N7IDFO
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
Some bad points: The book is rather wordy, and a lot of common-sense ideas are repeated at length.
The book presents an elegant pattern language to help the modeler understand and design the domain in which he is crafting software.
This book is more than a reminder of this notion, but also lays out some examples of real experiences of deriving the model.
Do not be afraid by the publish date of this book (2003). Its concepts are timeless!
Every mid- to senior-level developer who is serious about their craft must read this... Read more
This book it's like a bible. Take it with you, and read it and re read it...
Try to stick to some concepts
The book explains concepts and patterns very well. Each definition comes along with a good example to make the whole idea clearer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andrei Fangli
Eric Evans did a great job in this book. Very good at explaining all the contents of DDD, and giving a lot of good examples to help the learning process. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Anderson Galeote
While this title obviously deserves five stars, I'll try to indicate what may be considered post-DDD design considerations. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alfredo
incredible that this book has gone so unnotize by the mainstream IT business. I could not have worked as a programmer without having read it.Published 10 months ago by Johan S
This documents almost to a point what I've found works best in core software design. The emphasis on simplicity, discipline, conceptual segregation, and iterative learning are all... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gordon
One of the best software engineering book I have read. Yes, it is a big book and it is not always easy to understand how to apply all the recipes, but most of the technics... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Vincent
Domain-Driven Design is an absolute must-read for any software developer or architect. It introduces DDD as a central tenet for the development of (mainly object-oriented)... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer