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How Domain-Driven Design Helps You to Migrate Into the Future

Karsten Dambekalns
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Karsten Dambekalns, born in 1977, learnt the basics of web technology the hard way, by looking at other website's HTML source code. After having used OS/2, Windows and Linux he now uses a Mac. All this happened after having learnt BASIC and Assembler on a good old Commodore C128...

Using PHP since 1999 Karsten discovered TYPO3 in 2002 and got caught by it's immense possibilities. Now he is part of the TYPO3 and FLOW3 core development team and Steering Committee member of the TYPO3 Association.

Karsten lives in Lübeck, Germany with his wife Līga, three kids and a nameless espresso machine.
As long as the work on TYPO3 5.0 has been going on people have asked whether starting a project with version 4.x was still the way to go. And we always said, yes of course.
Eventually those projects will see the need to migrate to TYPO3 5.x. Maybe it should even live on as a standalone application. Now, how do you migrate to 5.x or FLOW3 something we always said would be possible and maybe even easy?
This talk will point out the importance of Domain-Driven Design for this and show how code can be migrated from Extbase to FLOW3. This should give you a good starting point for assessing the amount of work needed in future migrations.
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