- Matthias Bohlen
iSAQB® Domain Oriented Design (DDD) is an advanced iSAQB module where you can learn to develop a language and use DDD models to connect different applications. Using the sample apps, you can learn the individual steps in DDD training in tectrain. It is an application-oriented and high-quality software architecture. Design is not complicated if you are involved in the field of expertise and architectural guidelines of Domain-Driven Designs!
The iSAQB® Domain Driven Design (DDD) is an iSAQB®-Advanced-Level-Module in which you can learn how to develop a language and use DDD patterns to connect to different applications. The DDD training at Tectrain uses sample applications to teach the individual steps. It is about the application-oriented, as well as high-quality software architecture. Designing is not difficult if you get involved in the domain and architectural guard rails of domain-driven design!
You will build a solid understanding of DDD concepts during the training, as well as the confidence to apply this newfound knowledge. Developers enjoy learning with us and are trained to become true experts in your application area.
Agile software development provides an orientation for Domain Driven Design. From the Domain-drive Design the basic concepts, as well as elements of the application domain are modeled, so that the software fits the technicality of the application domain. The Domain-driven Design is independent to the programming language, frameworks, as well as tools, however, there are frameworks and tools that support the approach of DDD or offer an implementation of specific DDD patterns.
Domain Driven Design is characterized by a number of concepts that should be considered in the modeling process. The introduction of a ubiquitous (generally used) language is essential, which is used in all ranges of the software production. It is a language that describes the technicality of the elements of the domain model, classes, methods, and so on. It is described as "A language structured around the application domain, as well as used by all team members to link all team activities to the software."
- Eric Evans: presentation notes from his November 6, 2007 talk at JAOO.
The following parts of the domain model differentiate themselves in the Domain Driven Design:
In the DDD training the participants are taught how to design a domain-oriented architecture in cooperation with developers and domain experts. This is answered together in the DDD training.
At the end of the model the participants know the important principles of Domain Driven Design. They will also be able to apply this to the design and implementation of software systems. They will also be able to establish a ubiquitous language between developers and domain experts. Through learned modeling techniques, as well as architecture tools, you can adopt the parts of the common domain language into your software systems.
Our seminar is licensed with the iSAQB® and contributes to the approval of the final Advanced Level Certification Exam (CPSA-A). You will achieve 30 credit points with your participation in the 3-day DDD course. Of these, 10 are in the communicative and 20 in the methodological area. You will also receive a qualified certificate of attendance.
For more information about the certification, visit the official iSAQB-DDD page.
Is DDD used in healthcare?
In healthcare, complex business processes and domains often need to be modeled, such as the management of patient data, medical records, and billing.
Details About Duration, Certification and Accreditation
Is tectrain an accredited training provider?
Yes, we are an accredited iSAQB® training provider and you will receive credit points at the end of the certification exam.
Is it possible to take part in the DDD training and acquire the credit points without having completed the CPSA-F training?
Yes, software architects without Foundation Level certification can also attend Advanced Level training.
You will earn the credit points you need for a possible Advanced exam when you successfully attend Advanced training courses. However, a prerequisite for applying for an Advanced Level exam is still a successfully completed Foundation Level exam.
If a training course is canceled or attended late through no fault of their own, are the participants also given a certificate of participation in the training?
In Advanced Training Courses, only if the participant has tried at least 75% of the training course the certificate of participation can be issued with the desired credit score.
The intended credit scores may only be awarded if this duration rate is reached. In order to get credit points, it is necessary to complete the whole or the missing part of the training. The regulation also applies to causes that cannot be attributed to the participants' fault (eg traffic jam, accident, illness, etc.).
What are the advantages of DDD?
DDD offers several advantages, particularly in relation to the development of complex software systems:
Focus on business value: DDD enables software development to be aligned with the core of business value by emphasizing the modeling of business domains and their components. This leads to better alignment between business requirements and functional requirements for software.
Shared understanding: DDD emphasizes the importance of a shared language and understanding among the stakeholders of a project. This helps to avoid misunderstandings and misinterpretations and leads to more effective communication between different teams and stakeholders.
Reduction of complexity: DDD offers techniques to reduce the complexity of software systems by breaking them down into smaller, manageable business domains and components. This makes maintenance and extension of the software easier and reduces the risk of errors and malfunctions.
Flexibility: DDD provides a flexible method for modeling business domains and enables effective management of changes to business and software requirements. This leads to more agile development of software solutions and greater adaptability to changing requirements.
What are the application areas of DDD?
Overall, DDD can be used in many different application areas where complex business processes and domains need to be represented in a software solution. As long as there are complex business processes that need to be represented in a software solution, DDD can be a suitable method for modeling and implementing these processes more effectively.
What are the biggest advantages of DDD?
More effective software development: By focusing on business value and reducing the complexity of software solutions, DDD can help improve the effectiveness of software development. This can lead to higher quality software solutions, faster time-to-market, and increased customer satisfaction.
Reuse of components: DDD provides a method for modeling business processes and domains in software components that can be reused in other projects. This can lead to higher efficiency in software development and greater reuse of components.
Better visibility: By using a consistent modeling method and a unified language, DDD provides companies with better visibility into their business processes and domains within the software solution. This can lead to greater transparency and better decision making.
What is the goal of DDD?
The goal of DDD is to improve the development of software solutions by better modeling complex business problems and processes. The method focuses on identifying and modeling business domains and their components such as entities, value objects, aggregates, and services. It also emphasizes the importance of a common language and understanding between stakeholders in a project to avoid misunderstandings and misinterpretations.
What is DDD
DDD stands for "Domain-Driven Design" and is a method for software development that focuses on the modeling of business areas (domains) and the implementation of these models in software. DDD was introduced by Eric Evans in his book "Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software" and has since grown in popularity in software development.
What are the participation requirements of the DDD training?
There are actually no strict "requirements".
In order to participate in the DDD iSAQB® course, you should ideally have completed training and certification to the CPSA-F and have at least three years of full-time professional experience within the IT industry, including involvement in the development and design of at least two different IT systems. Exceptions may be allowed upon application.
What do you have to consider with regard to the credit points?
iSAQB may reassess credit scores every 12 months. This means that it must be considered when planning educational activities that continue for several years. This can affect the number of points and distribution. If necessary, points in one of the three areas are skipped, and you must cover the area with another seminar. However, there have been only a few changes so far.
How can I prepare for the exam?
Study exam materials: You can study the official exam content and materials provided by iSAQB. These materials contain detailed information about the exam content, exam process, and evaluation criteria.
How does DDD help companies adapt to the market faster?
DDD offers a flexible method for modeling business processes and domains, enabling companies to effectively manage changes to business and software requirements. This helps companies quickly adapt to changing market conditions or customer needs and gain a competitive advantage.
How can software be developed more efficiently with DDD?
By focusing on business value and reducing the complexity of software solutions, DDD can help improve the effectiveness of software development. This can lead to higher quality software solutions, faster time-to-market, and increased customer satisfaction.
How can DDD improve collaboration in my company?
DDD emphasizes the importance of a shared language and understanding among the different teams and stakeholders involved in the development of software solutions. This helps to avoid misunderstandings and misinterpretations, leading to better collaboration and greater efficiency in software development.
How does DDD help companies achieve their goals?
DDD can help companies achieve their goals by providing a method for modeling business processes and domains in software solutions.
How do I get proof of the credit points?
Participants in advanced training receive an acknowledgment of participation for the credit points earned from the accredited training provider. Confirmation of participation serves as official proof to apply for the Advanced Exam.
Where is DDD used?
For which companies is DDD suitable?
DDD is particularly suitable for companies and projects that deal with complex business processes and domains, where alignment between the business department and developers is a particular challenge. DDD helps to create a shared understanding of business processes and requirements and effectively translate them into software models and solutions.
Who is the target audience for DDD?
The target audience for DDD primarily includes software developers and software architects who need to translate complex business problems into software solutions. This can be individual developers, teams, or entire companies. Other potential target audiences for DDD include business analysts, product owners, IT project managers, and all other stakeholders involved in software solution development.
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