DDD also promotes the use of a common language, or "ubiquitous language," between the development team and the domain experts to facilitate communication and understanding. The goal of DDD is to create a system that is aligned with the business domain and can evolve as the business changes.
There are several reasons why a team might choose to use Domain-Driven Design (DDD) in their software development process:
By involving domain experts in the software development process and using a common language, DDD helps to improve communication between the development team and the business stakeholders. This can lead to a more accurate understanding of the business needs and a more effective and efficient development process.
DDD promotes the use of a flexible and modular architecture, which can make it easier to maintain and evolve the system over time. This can be especially useful in situations where the business domain is complex or rapidly changing.
By focusing on modeling the business domain, DDD helps to ensure that the system is aligned with the business goals and can evolve as the business changes. This can lead to a more effective and valuable software system for the business.
DDD promotes the use of a modular architecture and the separation of concerns, which can make it easier to scale the system as needed.
DDD promotes the use of a modular architecture and the separation of concerns, which can make it easier to test the system effectively.
Thanks to Mateusz, we were able to see DDD. Python examples were a good addition to this presentation. We hope to have a chance to continue topics around DDD with Mateusz in the future.
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