Reactive Architecture: Domain Driven Design

Domain Driven Design is a technique that is commonly used to build Reactive Systems. This course will introduce many of the core elements of Domain Driven Design. It will also explain how those elements relate to Reactive Systems.

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About This Course

Domain Driven Design is a technique commonly used to build Reactive Systems. This course will introduce the core elements of Domain Driven Design. It will also explain how those elements relate to Reactive Systems.

Course Syllabus

  • Domain Driven Design
    • An introduction to core Domain Driven Design concepts
    • What is a domain?
    • What is a ubiquitous language?
    • Who are the domain experts?
  • Decomposing the Domain
    • Identifying activities within the domain
    • Initial categorizing of activities
    • Identifying Bounded Contexts
  • Domain Building Blocks
    • Domain Activities: Commands, Events, and Queries
    • Domain Objects: Value Objects, Entities, and Aggregate Roots
    • Domain Abstractions: Services, Factories, and Repositories
  • Hexagonal Architecture
    • What is it and how does it relate to Domain Driven Design
    • Ports and Adapters
    • Infrastructure, APIs and Domains

General Information

  • Free.
  • Self-paced.

What will I get after passing this course?

  • You will receive a certificate of course completion.

Recommended skills prior to taking this course

  • Some experience in the design of software systems is ideal but not required

Requirements

  • None.

Course Staff

Wade Waldron

Wade Waldron is the Microservices Practice Lead, Senior Training Developer, and Senior Consultant at Lightbend. He is the primary author of the Lightbend Reactive Architecture training course.

Wade started his career as a developer in 2005 building games for the Playstation 2, Xbox, etc. In 2011 he joined Point2 Homes where he began working on an Akka based microservices platform to provide realtime updates to real estate websites. In 2014 Wade joined BoldRadius where he consulted with a variety of companies on how to use Akka, and related technologies. He also began teaching courses on Akka and Scala.

In 2016, Wade released a book "Applied Akka Patterns" along with his co-author Michael Nash

Today Wade works with Lightbend where he consults with clients and builds training materials. He focuses on helping people make a smooth transition from a monolithic application to Reactive microservices.