Domain Driven Design (DDD) is a topic that's been gaining a lot of popularity in both the Java and .NET camps recently. Entities, value types, repositories, bounded contexts and anti-corruption layers -- find out what all the buzz is about, and how establishing a domain model can help you combat complexity in your code.
Richard Dingwall is a .NET developer and blogger with a passion for architecture and maintainable code.
He is currently working at Provoke Solutions as lead developer on a six-month project introducing test-driven development (TDD) and domain-driven design (DDD) to a large ASP.NET ERP system.
An hour-long talk given at Wellington .NET user group, Sept 23 2009.