This would be the third post of a series of posts about domain-driven design and functional programming with F#. Last week was crazy and I didn't post anything and it was difficult to study DDD too.
Even though the third post was almost done, I decided to put this series of posts on hold for some days. The reason is that I noticed that, since it's my first time studying DDD, I still need to re-read some parts of the book to understand them better before continuing with the implementation otherwise I will get confused (and also confuse others) by forcefully writing something.
Since I'm writing this series primarily for myself, I won't bother pausing it for now. I'll continue the studies and then I'll start posting again as soon as I understand it a little bit better, maybe next Monday.