My last book is Hands-on Domain-Driven Design with .NET Core. The book consists of four main parts:
- Introduction to Domain-Driven Design
- Modelling techniques
- Implementing the model in code
- Boundaries that matter
The book leans heavily towards Event Sourcing and, therefore, most of the code uses events. The book has a lot of code, including some basics and going over to the very beginning of practical Event Sourcing towards subscriptions, projections and so on.
The online chapter
The last chapter, Splitting the system, didn’t make it to the printed version, but it is available online as a PDF file. The link to the file in the book Preface, so check it out and don’t miss the last piece of the content!