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Domain-Driven Rails

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ebook, Beta, 170 pages
Published August 18th 2017 by Arkency
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Robson Castilho
Feb 07, 2018 rated it liked it
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Some good explanations in the beginning about Bounded Contexts, but the main focus of the book are events, commands and related stuff. There are (very) brief explanations about domain modeling patterns, such as Entities, VOs and Aggregates and that's it.

Code samples are valuable, although repetitive.

When it comes to editing - as mentioned by other reviewers - the book is poorly written / revised, there's no conclusion (it seems like a bunch of rushed blog posts). The author should have spent mo
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Karol Galanciak
Oct 14, 2017 rated it liked it
Excellent content, but delivered in a poor way. In the most expensive package, the book costs $99 but it still contains typos, quite a lot of code snippets are not colored, which seems as if no one cared to check if the book was generated properly in the end. Not to mention that 1/6th of the book is copy&paste from Arkency blog posts. It looks really bad and seems as if the author just wanted to put something extra inside so that the book appears bigger to justify its price. For such a high ...more
Michael
Aug 30, 2017 rated it it was ok
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There are some good ideas here, but the book badly needs an editor and the help of a technical writer, perhaps. The writing style buries the point amongst heavy code examples and it's hard to follow at times.

Some chapters feel like they were blog posts that were just added to the book.
Michael
Sep 26, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: ruby
Interesting ideas, but it just seems like a collection of blog posts with poor editing.
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