How feature branching affects domain-driven design with Thierry de Pauw


Feature branching is again gaining in popularity due to the rise of distributed version control systems. Although branch creation has become very easy, it comes with a specific cost. Long living branches break the flow of the software delivery process, impacting throughput and stability, but does it also affect the quality of our domain model? Join us with Thierry de Pauw in this Virtual DDD sessions to explore with us how feature branching can impact domain-driven design. Because one of the critical aspects of DDD is to keep gaining new insights together to create a rich and rigid domain model. For this, we need fast feedback which could be disabled by feature branching.


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