Exploring Domain Driven Design in Go

Learn how to apply DDD to Go applications without compromising its unique idioms and language features. 
This talk covers tactical and strategic patterns with real-world examples and best practices, making it ideal for DDD beginners and those who previously struggled to use it in Go.

Golab #2
60 min
November 20th, 2023


Domain-driven design (DDD) approach is widely used in software development to model the application domain. Although DDD is compatible with any programming language, it may present a challenge when applied to Go, known for its simplicity and pragmatism.

This talk aims to demonstrate applying DDD to Go naturally and effectively. The topics that will be covered include:

- DDD and its relevance and suitability for some contexts;

- Strategies for implementing DDD patterns, such as value objects, aggregates, and repositories, in Go code without turning it into a Java codebase;

- Techniques for utilizing strategic patterns to structure Go packages;

- Best practices for implementing DDD in Go.

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