Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA®)
The CPSA® Advanced Level Module DDD – iSAQB® Training Course in Domain-Driven Design
How do you design a domain-related architecture in cooperation with domain experts and developers? The curriculum includes modeling techniques and architecture tools to use domain expertise as a basis for dividing the system into domain-specific modules (strategic design) and for constructing inside the modules (tactical design).
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How to design functional architecture in cooperation with experts and developers
The module presents Domain-Driven Design (DDD) to the participants as a way to design software as a precise, transparent and transformable representation of a professional domain. At the end of the module, participants will know the basic principles of Domain Driven Design and will be able to apply them when designing and implementing software systems. With the help of communicative skills that are taught, they can establish a common language between domain experts and developers. By means of modelling techniques and architecture tools taught, they are able to integrate the components of this common terminology into their software systems. A large software project often requires several development teams. This module addresses this challenge and teaches participants Domain Driven Design methods to deal with the growing complexity of a large software project.
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