Podcast Rechenzeit - Episode 15
Seven Pitfalls in Strategic Design (Part 1)
Strategic design is the part of domain-driven design that provides the decomposition of the domain into bounded contexts. In many software projects, this results in the concrete decomposition of a software system into modules or deployment units.
Strategic design is therefore momentous, and at the same time it is difficult.
This episode of Computing Time deals with the first three of a total of seven pitfalls that should be avoided at all costs in strategic design, and in which one should never get tangled up. Together with our guest Dr Carola Lilienthal, we navigate the terrain accordingly "on tiptoe". The remaining pitfalls will follow in Episode 16.