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The Microservices Architecture

The microservices architecture is definitely one of such trendy solutions that is widely considered, especially in new projects. Is it worth trying and what kind of advantages and drawbacks does it have? Let’s see.

Wojciech Józefek

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06 Jun 2018


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The Microservices Architecture

06 Jun 2018 | Wojciech Józefek

The microservices architecture is definitely one of such trendy solutions that is widely considered, especially in new projects. Is it worth trying and what kind of advantages and drawbacks does it have? Let’s see.

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TypeScript - why you should care

27 May 2018 | Paweł Jurczyński

  Mobile Front-end 

Building big web applications written in JavaScript is not a simple thing. We don't have types, interfaces, enums etc. These features could be really helpful to maintenance our complex applications. To solve this problem - we can use TypeScript.

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Creating a lazily-evaluated builder-like API in Java 8 using the extended Step Builder pattern

18 May 2018 | Tomasz Czermiński

Building an API for performing a complex business action in a composable manner. You may ask why would somebody use it in such a way? The answer is – to build a test framework. It can be tempting to model a business action in form of a builder, but I would like to suggest a new approach.   

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What are you, blockchain?

11 May 2018 | Michał Drożdż

Actually, blockchain has become a buzzword associated with cryptocurrencies, but there is a lot more inside. Let’s take a deeper look on it.  

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Agile way towards microservices

27 Apr 2018 | Michał Drożdż

What if you know that you will need a microservice architecture, but you do not know how to divide your business requirements into small, independent services?

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Configuring Spring in Stand-Alone Apps

24 Apr 2018 | Tomasz Janczewski

  Mobile 

Here's a quick lesson in bringing Spring Configuration classes and functionality to your own stand-alone apps in the event you need them.

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Erlang/OTP vs JVM - a quick comparison

14 Feb 2018 | Tomasz Czermiński

There is a high need for a concurrent processing and most probably it will become only higher. That is why it is important to know the tools we have at hand, i.e. programming languages and everything around them, which is not limited to merely semantics, syntax, and idioms (though we still should have a solid knowledge of them).

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Popular EIP Frameworks comparison

11 Jan 2018 | Paweł Weselak

Enterprise Integration Patterns solves problems of enterprise application integration and message-oriented middleware. The aim of this article is to show the two EIP frameworks: Apache Camel and Spring Integration from the perspective of a developer who knows EIP patterns quite well but do not have very long experience with using these frameworks.

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How to quickly write an application to load thousands of records into DB using Spring Batch?

20 Dec 2017 | Paweł Weselak

  Mobile Databases 

Let’s assume we want to measure air pollution in our city. We’ve got around 100 detectors located in different parts of the town. Measurement results are collected every 15 minutes. It gives us 9600 records a day...

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