Struggling with complex Rails app and business domain?

Do you recognize these problems in your application:

We feel you. Our company specializes in handling complex, successful, legacy Rails projects which took years to develop and which reached certain level of complexity. And we’ve been there as well. It’s very rewarding to work on challenging projects but also very stressful and tiring. To break down this complexity and handle it piece by piece. Every day you and I, we need to wonder:

We would like our systems to:

But we also understand that we must use tools and techniques which can be easily introduced into new and legacy Rails apps.

Domain-Driven Rails will help you

I have started reading Domain-Driven Rails ๐Ÿ“– from @arkency and it is soo good! #ddd #ruby #rails

— Hilde Vestรธl (@hildevestol) August 11, 2017

For a few years we’ve been studying Domain-Driven Design and applying its techniques in our projects. In Domain-Driven Rails we describe 11 techniques that you can use separately and together in new and old Rails apps to achieve better architecture. They were useful to us and we are sure they are going to be useful for you and your complex apps.

This book will teach you:

These techniques have been used for a long time in Java and .NET communities in complex, enterprise projects. But reading about them does not make it easy to figure out how to apply them in the context of Rails apps. That’s where our book comes in with help. Same techniques but explained using our language (literally and metaphorically).

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