There's a well-known anti-pattern called the anaemic domain model. This anti-pattern basically says domain entities, chronically, have little or no behaviour (remember, object-oriented design is about attributes and behaviour). It should be obvious that a domain model that isn't truly object...
Peter Ritchie's MVP Blog
Thu, Jan 29 2009
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