Hides the Use Cases

Learn how layers can hide the use cases from us, making the architecture more ambiguous.

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As developers, we like to create new code that implements shiny new use cases. But we usually spend much more time changing existing code than we do creating new code. This is not only true for those dreaded legacy projects in which we’re working on a decades-old codebase, but also for a hot new greenfield project after the initial use cases have been implemented.

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