This eMag offers readers tactical approaches to building software experiences that your users will love. Break down existing silos and create an environment for cross-collaborative teams: placing technology, business and user experience design at the core.
In this eMag we take a look at the state of the art for the microservice architectural style in both theory and practice. Amongst others Martin Fowler talks about Microservice trade-offs, Eric Evans explores the interplay of Domain-Driven Design, microservices, event-sourcing, and CQRS, Randy Shoup talks about Lessons from Google and eBay, and Yoni Goldberg describes Gilt’s experience.
This eMag provides a round-up of what we and some of our attendees felt were the most important sessions from QCon New York 2015.
This book is aimed specifically at Java architects and senior developers who want a rapid introduction to how garbage collection works, the different underlying algorithms and memory structures, which collectors are commonly used, and how to choose one over another. It also offers some advise on tuning a collector and programming to generate less garbarge.
This eMag provides a round-up of what we and some of our attendees felt were the most important sessions from QCon London 2015 including Microservices, Containers, Conway’s Law, and properly implementing agile practises.
This eMag discusses some familiar and some not too familiar development approaches and hopefully will give you a helping hand while defining the technology stack for your next mobile application.
Ganesh Prasad makes a clear distinction between the terms "governance" and "management", and shows how the design of these two complementary functions may be approached through the core notion of dependencies. SOA is not just about technology after all, but is a way of thinking that affects the entire organisation.
The release of Java 8 was considered a game changer for the Java platform. With new features like lambda expressions, streams, and the new Date and Time APIs, the Java 8 demonstrates that a language can be modernized without compromising stability or backward compatibility. In this eMag we explore some of the important or lesser known features of Java 8, along with a glimpse of how we got here.
Ganesh Prasad has discovered the secret to unlocking SOA's wasted potential. He aims to reignite SOA practice with a fresh, lightweight yet rigorous method based on the single most important element that underlies all types of system interactions - the notion of dependencies. "Dependency-Oriented Thinking" is the book that reveals these secrets for the first time.
Over the past 15 years the term REST has been used and discussed a lot, whether it's when comparing with Web Services, used within the context of Cloud, or of course when talking about use the Web we use every day. In this eMag you will learn about these and other important aspects of REST.
This eMag examines topics such as how Twitter re-architected its code-base to improve stability and performance, the approaches Netflix uses to be hyper-resilient, and how Java is replacing C++ for low latency coding. We also look at some lower level tricks such as feedback controls for auto-scaling, and using memory and execution profiling to identify performance bottlenecks in Java.