January 15, 2015 at 12:02PM
"If you need to keep some aspect of your design secret as a competitive advantage, it is the CORE DOMAIN." #readingToday

Distilling the CORE DOMAIN is not easy, but it does lead to some easy decisions. You'll put a lot of effort into making your CORE distinctive, while keeping the rest of the design as generic as is practical. If you need to keep some aspect of your design secret as a competitive advantage, it is the CORE DOMAIN. There is no need to waste effort concealing the rest. And whenever a choice has to be made (due to time limitations) between two desirable refactorings, the one that most affects the CORE DOMAIN should be chosen first.

Domain-Driven Design, Eric Evans´╗┐