Why I Don't Use the Unit of Work Pattern | Enterprise Node.js + TypeScript
When I first started learning about Clean Node.js Architecture and Domain-Driven Design, the majority of the literature and resources out there on the internet were from the .NET world.
After a while of peeking through how our Microsoft neighbors get things done, I came across something called the Unit of Work pattern.
I also picked up Martin Fowler's book called Enterprise
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