Miloš Zeljko

Domain-Driven Design

1 article

Domain-Driven Design is an architectural and software development approach that centers around the domain, i.e., the problem space, of the software system. The main idea is to capture and model the business domain accurately, using a common language shared by both domain experts and developers. By doing so, DDD seeks to bridge the gap between technical implementation and business requirements, resulting in software that closely aligns with the needs of the domain.