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a very simple That would probably take DDD off the table. If you aren't anticipating a rich and subtle domain model, then you are likely past the point of diminishing returns. Why can't I just build a CRUD app If you are asking this question, it's another hint that DDD may not be the right horse. But taking it straight -- the problem with a CRUD ...


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Conceptually: Event is something what happened. The past cannot be changed. Command is something to do. Command may not happen (may be rejected). We can only change our future state by executing another command (Compensate Action) which should result in Events changing state of the application. To "de-confuse" the question, think about this phrase ...



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