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Throughout my career, I have observed that Domain-Driven Design (DDD) is best suited to complex and large-scale software systems where a deep understanding of the domain is essential. When we see that we have poor requirements in this way, I recommend avoiding it as the boundary context will be easily broken.

For small projects or projects with simple requirements, DDD may be overkill and other approaches might be more suitable.

Choosing whether or not to use DDD should be based on a careful evaluation of the project's specific requirements and constraints, and I always recommend avoiding it for new projects and using it with mature legacy systems.

What do you think?



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