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Domain-Driven Design (DDD) teaches us how to make good software, but it also teaches us how to use the object-oriented technology. Good software should be based on domain-driven design. However, it is difficult to adopt DDD in the software development process. Even experienced developers will have a hard time finding the right way to implement DDD. In other words, DDD gives us a whole new perspective on designing software, but it also leaves developers with a big puzzle: How do you put domain-driven design into practice?