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Organizing commands and queries

In the last few posts I settled on an architecture for handling commands and queries. A byproduct of the described approach, is that your codebase quickly racks up plentiful little classes; a class to hold data, and a handler to act on that data, for each use case. There are a few ways you can go at organizing things.


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