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i am ready professional asp.net design patterns by scott millet.
And I am on page 68 - reading Domain Model.

I really like the way it works in Domain Model. But I need more simple simple
simple sample to show me how it works.

Do you know any resources I can read? or even have a lab I can try and move on?
I don't need something with MVC because I am not there yet. And my domain model
will work with different platform.

Thanks
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