You may have already seen what bounded contexts are. In this video, learn how to apply contexts to the entities in order to group them.
- [Instructor] So now that we've handled the who, … let us do a little bit more work here … and start thinking about context. … In other words, what context do things work in? … So I'm just going to add context here … on the same stickies that I've specified the entities on. … The sales clerk, I believe, … should be working within the order processing context. … The cashier is working within, … well, it would either be the store context. … I think in this case it'll be the finance context, though. … So let's do a context entirely for finance. … Again, if I get this wrong, I can always change it. … The shipping clerk or the sales clerk … really is going to be working in the context, let's see. … This is in the context of the store. … The sales clerk is in the context of the store. … The comptroller is definitely within the finance context. … The shipping clerk, as compared to the sales clerk, … definitely is working in the warehouse context. … Moving up here, the shipping clerk, … again, is working in terms of the warehouse context. …
- How DDD differs from other architectural approaches
- How DDD fits with agile
- Advantages of microservices
- Bounded contexts and entities
- Reactive vs. declarative systems
- Using event storming to develop a DDD architecture