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The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2
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The Ubiquitous Language DDDBE V2

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Looking at the strategic side of Domain Driven Design, this slide deck goes into where it all starts; the Ubiquitous Language.

Looking at the strategic side of Domain Driven Design, this slide deck goes into where it all starts; the Ubiquitous Language.

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  • 1. THE UBIQUITOUS LANGUAGE @JefClaes - jefclaes.be
  • 2. Talking different languages 
 makes projects fail.
  • 3. Translations are error prone.
 Things go lost in translation.
  • 4. We don’t need translations, 
 we need a shared language.
  • 5. A common ground that 
 enables learning and communication.
  • 6. The model is the backbone of our shared language.
  • 7. Code can’t lie.
  • 8. Capturing the language
  • 9. A DDD’er walks into a bar.. 
 no it’s a pub..
 no it’s a bistro..
 - @tojans
  • 10. Growing a ubiquitous language 
 is hard work, but might be worth it. Learning and communication is just too important.
  • 11. Thank you!
 @JefClaes

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