domain driven design – How can we use DDD when data comes from API?

I am trying to create a social network app. When I started I had proper domain models for Feeds, Activities, Author etc. with all the behaviour encapsulated within the Objects. I had the luxury of ef-core for easy change tracking and infrastructure abstraction.

But then I started using to get feeds for my application. And since then my application is back to having all the logic in Service layer.

Can someone suggest me how to improve this and use DDD in this context.

whois – Does “Registry Domain ID” change on transfer

This command was run in 2019:

bob@linux ~ $ whois
   Domain Name:
   Registry Domain ID: 1234567890_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
   Registrar WHOIS Server:
   Registrar URL:

This command was run in 2020:

bob@linux ~ $ whois
   Domain Name:
   Registry Domain ID: 1234567890_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
   Registrar WHOIS Server:
   Registrar URL:

So even after transferring to a different registrar, the Registry Domain ID stays the same.

Note that the values have been changed, but only on a like-for-like basis.

How to build a business around my superstar domain name?

Trying to be realistic here. Godaddy’s domain name estimator says it’s worth between $6K-$7K. Obviously, it’s only worth what the buyer is willing to pay. You never know, if you find the right buyer you can fetch $10K+ for it.

The industry as a whole is very competitive. You’ll be competing against well established sites. The keywords in the name alone are not going to give the prominence / rankings to compete against some of those sites. You’ll have to have a lot of great content to compete. Looks like you yourself are not super excited about the niche, otherwise you would have not closed the site. Based on that I am thinking maybe setting up a quick site (with a great looking WP theme) and then selling the site / domain name as package?

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I left this potencial for you.

  • Valuable keywords: rent and less are high value keywords with an average sale price of $2101 and $1975.
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  • Great extension: Uses the .com extension.

Which would be the best domain name?

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  1. Which would be the best domain name?


    I need an opinion of native English speaking folks primarily (though anyone can contribute, of course!). By “native” I mean those whose mother tongue is English (any kind of it). I plan to start online e-learning business and I’ve bought three domain names for that. Just to have a choice. And since I’m not a native speaking, it’s impossible for me to know for sure how each of those would sound to native English speakers. The nature of business is online classes (we teach students). Online tutoring basically.

    So the choice is this:




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domain name system – Static website I am hosting cannot be reached and the server IP cannot be found

I recently used Google Domains to register a domain and have connected it to Google Cloud Console to manage a static website. I followed the Google Codelabs guide to set it up and faced no issues. However, when refreshing my website, it still doesn’t load and my browser (Chrome) gives me the following error message:

This site can’t be reached’s server IP address could not be found.”

As well, going to gives me another error message:

Your connection is not private

Attackers might be trying to steal your information from (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards).


…Which is confusing, because I was under the impression that a .dev domain suffix gives SSL certification by default.

However, in my Google Domains settings, the website content appears as it should in the minimized preview that exists in both the Domain Overview panel and Website panel. It has been over 48 hours, so it should have updated by now if it were just a delay issue.

For reference, this is what my Custom resource records look like, and these are my bucket details in Google Cloud Console. If it matters, I am also using a Mac.

Any help is much appreciated!

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