With the domain-centric approach, on the other hand, programmers view the domain model as the most important part of the software project. It is usually represented in the application code, using an OO or functional language. Data (as well as other notions such as UI) is considered to be secondary in this case:
Each of the approaches brings its own pros and cons, as well as some differences in the way developers address common design challenges. Let’s elaborate on that.
Khorikov is domain-centric, whereas I am data-centric. My justification is as follows: 20 years from now, the most likely scenario is that your application has been re-written three or four times, whereas my database is still chugging along. Therefore, we should design in ways which make it easier to maintain correct data.