Could not fit this into a tweet in response to a request.
Here are some resources for how EF can be a partner to a Domain Driven Design world:
Update: October 2014:
MSDN Mag Oct 2014 Issue:
Data Points: A Pattern for Sharing Data Across Domain-Driven Design Bounded Contexts
Julie Lerman explores a way to mirror data as one scenario for sharing data across DDD bounded contexts.
Video: Oredev, Fall 2013 (by me)
ENTITY FRAMEWORK IN CORE-BUSINESS APPLICATIONS THAT LEVERAGE DDD
Video: TechEd North America, May 2014 (Vaughn Vernon)
How You Can Implement Aggregates and Domain Entities Effectively in Domain Models, with .NET
MSDN Magazine Data Points Column (by me) Aug, Sept & Oct 2013
Coding for Domain-Driven Design: Tips for Data-Focused Devs, Part 1
Coding for Domain-Driven Design: Tips for Data-Focused Devs, Part 2
Coding for Domain-Driven Design: Tips for Data-Focused Devs, Part 3
Domain modeling with Entity Framework Scorecard (Jimmy Bogard)
Bonus for NHibernate Converts:
And for those who are looking for this by way of moving from DDD + NH, Jimmy Bogard did a great post (with pointers to related posts) on Migrating from NHibernate to EF.