This is the last article in the series of articles designed to supplement my CQRS in Practice course. In it, I’d like to discuss one particular aspect of exception handling relevant to CQRS and the decorator pattern.
I published an online course about CQRS a couple months ago, and since then I realized that there are some topics I didn’t put enough emphasize on in that course, or didn’t cover at all. In the next several blog posts, I’m going to fill this gap.
This article is about CQRS commands and whether they are part of the domain model.
This article is a response to a reader’s question. The question posed an interesting problem that I think will be interesting to a wider audience.
This is an article about how two DDD patterns contradict each other.
In this article, we’ll talk about ORMs and lazy loading.
Today, we’ll discuss the difference between identity in the DDD sense and database primary keys. We often mix the two together but are they really the same thing?
That was probably a long wait for those of you who follow my blog. But, better late than never, so here it is: another comparison of Entity Framework and NHibernate, in which I bash EF Core and present it as an unbiased review. Just kidding, I do try to be unbiased here to the best of my skills.
Today’s article is an answer to a reader’s question about the use of Value Objects to represent the identity of an entity.