YAGNI – You are not going to need it.
- Shortening development time
KISS – Keep it short and simple
- Focus on essentials parts
- Simplifying the problems.
We can only handle so much complexity in our brains.
- Use the same language between the coders, QA, BA, Clients
- Separate area’s of the system that don’t make sense to be together.
Core Domain – Focus on the most important part of the system. Think of Core Competency in business
When to unit test Where Test Coverage meets value. At some point, adding tests doesn’t add value. I.e. principle of diminishing returns
Types of Equality Identifier equality – do the Id’s between the entities match? Reference equality – do the two objects point to the same reference in memory Structural equality – do the two objects have the same values.
Entities vs. Value Objects
- Have inherent Identity
- Reference equality
- Identifier equality
- Single place for equality members
- Value Object
- Value objects don’t have an identifier field.
- Can be treated interchangeably
- Can’t live on their own, must belong to one or several entities
How to Recognize a Value Object
- Value objects are light-weight
- Put most of business logic to value objects
- Entities act as wrappers
When to create a Repository Repositories are generally created for each aggregate root.
Command Query Separation Principle
Bounded Context is a logic separation of the domain in the code. Some examples of this in use is putting all the code related to a Bounded Context under the same folder or using different schemas in the database. Yet, another possibility is different deployments.