Domain-Driven Design Fundamentals Course on Pluralsight

Steve Smith and I are excited to finally have our Domain-Driven Design Fundamentals course available on Pluralsight (http://juliel.me/PS-DDD ) . It was a long haul creating the course but we wanted it to be just right. And coordinating our schedules became tricky since we really wanted to collaborate completely on this, not just divide up the work and sew it together.

We were also grateful to have Eric Evan’s, the “father” of DDD, participate in the course by letting us interview him and use the resulting video clips where he provides thoughtful and insightful advice throughout the course.

The course has now been out for a few weeks and the reception has been great. Good ratings, great feedback in the discussions and on twitter are making us quite proud of our hard work. And it’s has been in Pluralsight’s Top 10 list (based on past 10 days viewing) in the entire library of some [I believe] 1500 courses since a few days after it was released.

If you don’t have a subscription (but really, they are only $29/month), there is a 10 day free trial on the website and I also have 30 day free trial cards I can share. Let us know what you think!

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5 thoughts on “Domain-Driven Design Fundamentals Course on Pluralsight

  1. Absolutely love this course! Thank you for taking the time to produce this great series. I even bought a pluralsight subscription just to finish watching it :) This really shows a great real world example for how to implement DDD into my solution.

  2. Hello Julie,
    I am just beginning to take this course in Plural Sight, and I am very happy you did it. It seems very well organized and helpful. I was wondering if you could share the Solution you use in the course? It would really help to understand better the course.

  3. Excellent course, lot of new things to learn. If you still have some, please do share 30 days trail card. thanks again.

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