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Lets start with the requirements. User enters data of Person User is only allowed to enter LastName and FirstName. User is only allowed 30 characters per field. Fields are not allowed to be empty Seems simple enough. Lets sta…
Since his words are better then mine, I would like to quote him.
One question Rob Conery asked me during a conversation on DDD was, “How do I recognize an application built with DDD?” WeR...