[Dometrain] Getting Started: Clean Architecture in .NET

Dometrain – Getting Started: Clean Architecture in .NET [FCO]

 

About

Clean Architecture is one of the most popular software architecture and solution organization approaches out there, and that’s for a good reason. It provides a clear path to a robust solution structure with clear guidelines and rules that help you fall into the pit of success immediately. It can, however, be confusing and complicated at first, especially if you don’t have an experienced developer explaining the concept and principles to you. That’s where Dometrain comes in. In this course, Amichai Mantinband, a Software Engineer at Microsoft, will help you start with Clean Architecture and teach you all the principles and rules in easy-to-digest clips and understandable examples. Start your Clean Architecture journey today on Dometrain!

 

Instructor(s)

Amichai Mantinband is a Software Engineer at Microsoft and a .NET content creator.
He works on large-scale, distributed systems within Microsoft Office, serving over 100 million daily users. He is a speaker at official .NET conferences, and within Microsoft, he authors and teaches software architecture courses.
Amichai is the author of NuGet packages ErrorOr & Throw and has a .NET programming YouTube channel covering advanced topics such as design patterns, architecture, and best practices.

 

Media Information:

MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080p | Audio: AAC, 48.000 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Last updated: 01/09/2024 | Duration: 64 lectures ( 3h 10m 27s ) | Author: Amichai Mantinband

Course Source: https://dometrain.com/course/getting-started-clean-architecture-in-dotnet/

 

Size: 738MB


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4 thoughts on “[Dometrain] Getting Started: Clean Architecture in .NET”

  1. please also put these courses from this author:

    1 – https://dometrain.com/course/deep-dive-clean-architecture-in-dotnet
    2 – https://dometrain.com/course/getting-started-domain-driven-design-ddd

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