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DDD Step by Step

I don’t know how many people already know about this but figured I would put up a post about it as a pointer for those who have not seen it.

I was surfing over at DDDStepByStep.com and there are *a lot* of new resources available there for people who are learning DDD. Casey Charaltan  Charlton :) is the one who has put it together and there is really some valuable information there. As an example he has (recently?) put up this about 50 page PDF that is a short book on getting started with DDD including many code examples. It also seems to contain a pretty good blog roll that can be subscribed to for those that are interested in DDD.

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6 Responses to DDD Step by Step

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  2. thangchung says:

    Hi Creg,
    I can’t download the pdf file.
    Could you upload it again?

  3. thangchung says:

    Sorry Creg, but I can’t download the PDF from http://dddstepbystep.com/r.ashx?2. Could you upload it again?

    Thanks
    thangchung

  4. zuken21@yahoo.com says:

    Hi,
    Sorry for reply in wrong article. But I cant download the useful code sample about tcp buffer management at http://codebetter.com/blogs/gregyoung/archive/2008/08/12/tcp-buffer-management.aspx

    Please upload it again if you can
    Thanks
    Duc

  5. zuken21@yahoo.com says:

    Sorry for reply in wrong article.
    I’ve read your article about buffer management (http://codebetter.com/blogs/gregyoung/archive/2008/08/12/tcp-buffer-management.aspx), it’s a very useful article but I cant download the code sample (Error: object moved).
    So how can I download it

    Thanks
    Duc

  6. Manoj Waikar says:

    Hi Greg,

    Thanks for posting this. However, the download link for the book doesn’t work on FF 3.5.2, it worked on IE 7 though.

    Regards,
    Manoj.

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