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    1. Stefan Gabor says:

      Hi Jason,
      There are better ways to implement complex rule validations without any changes to code, such as decision matrix, tables and functions, etc. These DTs would be exposed to the administrator and, as business rules evolve, very few changes are needed in the code. Keep in mind, that every line of code change is always likely to introduce bugs and therefore should be avoided at all cost. Again, this has been around since the 80s and has become very popular in recent times.

      Your thoughts?

    2. Layarion says:

      To me it seems like c# needs to focus heavily on baking in and streamlining, as much as possible, these interfaces and abstractions. I get that it's got alot like that already, but i feel like it really doesn't do enough to streamline things that keep the code managegable.

    3. Layarion says:

      "buisness logic is specific to this application" does he mean it's specific to the software running it, or the "real world application" as in, the approach?

    4. Layarion says:

      NDC, you have a lot to learn about audio loudness. This is ludriciously quiet that no normal set of speakers could even hope to play loud enough to be heard by anyone who's not in a vacant library.

    5. Stefan Gabor says:

      Hi Jason,

      Thanks for the inside of this project.

      Looking through the project I find, however, that it is not quite low coupling since you have a dependency on EF Core in the App layer.

      I have been programming for a very long time and back in 80’s we had already built apps which had a better approach to infrastructure layer.
      We changed the RDBS vendor in a .ini file and the entire app was fully functional, regardless of the RDBS vendor.

      I cannot say the same thing about this project.

      Your thoughts?

    6. louenjli redone says:

      Hi Taylor,

      First thank you for this great video.
      I'm beginning in this new approach, and I have a little question.
      I have two action one for creating an item in DB and the second is to sending email(notification) after this operation.
      So, what is the best way to do that ?
      It is a good idea to have the two actions in the post of my controller:
      .
      .
      Post:
      mediator.Send(…)
      mediator.Publish(..)

      In first time, the command Send create the itm in DB and after that I use Publish for notification(sending email).
      Do you think it's a good way or is there another solution ?

      Thank you in advance.

    7. Wahid Rezgui says:

      Hi, thanks for all what you are doing , I have one question : I cant understand how and when the command validator is invoked and how to return an exception to UI if there is a saving error for example

    8. Tim Hosking says:

      If I want to define my database objects independently, how would I do that? I understand it is part of the infrastructure folder of the project. But I want to create a git repository where I can put database table statements, SQL schemas, constraints, etc. I want my .Net code at the lowest level (infrastructure) to call stored procedures. Any advice?

    9. Halil Etka Tutkun says:

      Good presentation I've seen this a couple of years ago and it gave me a different point of view on architecture. But since then my views are changed.

      According to me most of the time the data model depends on the business logic and the business logic depends on the application type. For example if you choose to build a REST API application you are going to construct your business logic around it and your data model will be designed to fit this business logic. So indirectly your data depends on the application type. Because of that chances are you will never use the same business logic with a different type of application.

      To me it is pointless to try to separate things that can never be separated completely. For this kind of small projects concepts are simple so architecture is relatively “clean” but as projects start to get bigger you start to see concepts that do not fit into any specific layer. Trying to fit them into one layer only leaves you with confusion and wasted hours.

      Layers should appear naturally as you progress in your project while trying to make your code readable with correct abstractions. Modularity and abstractions will be different for every project based on the team structure and the project requirements, you can’t design one size fits all architecture.

    10. allmhuran says:

      Something bothers me deeply about clean architecture, even though on the surface I like it, and it is this.
      How often do you change your database technology, for example, moving from sql, to postgres, to cosmos, to postgres? I'm going to guess that the answer is "not often".
      How often do you change your domain? For example, adding a new poperty or method? I'm goingto guess that the answer is "all the damn time".
      So… the things that change the most have everything depending on them, and the things that rarely change have the fewest things depending on them. And this is… good?

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