Clean Architecture: Patterns, Practices, and Principles
In this course, you will learn about Clean Architecture, a set of modern patterns, practices, and principles for creating software architecture that is simple, understandable, flexible, testable, and maintainable.
As software grows more complex, you need to manage this complexity by using various architectural patterns, practices, and principles. In this course, Clean Architecture: Patterns, Practices, and Principles, you will learn how software experts keep their architecture clean using a modern approach to software architecture called Clean Architecture. First, you'll learn about domain-centric architecture, application layers, CQRS (Command-Query Responsibility Separation), event sourcing, functional cohesion, bounded contexts, microservices, testable architecture, and more. In addition, you'll use these practices to replace the out-dated three-layer database-centric architecture that has been used for decades. Most important though, you'll see how these practices, when combined, create an architecture that is simple, understandable, flexible, testable, and maintainable. By the end of this course, you'll have the skills necessary to understand and implement these clean architecture practices on your own software projects.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 1m 26s
—Course Overview 1m 26sIntroduction- 21m 14s
—Introduction 2m 23s
—Overview 3m 50s
—What Is Clean Code? 4m 47s
—Why Invest in Clean Code? 4m 16s
—Demo 5m 25s
—Summary 0m 31sDomain-centric Architecture- 12m 59sApplication Layer- 21m 27sCommands and Queries- 16m 58sFunctional Organization- 12m 28sMicroservices- 18m 4sTestable Architecture- 25m 15sEvolving the Architecture- 11m 17s