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  • The Three Generations of AWS

    by Noah Zoschke on  Oct 21, 2016

    When building a new system on AWS we are faced with three architectural choices around application packaging, runtime service and load balancing service. This article looks at these three options, and concludes that the Amazon EC2 Container Service provides the best architectural option for today's applications.

  • Testing RxJava

    by Andres Almiray on  Oct 18, 2016 1

    You are ready to explore reactive opportunities in your code but you are wondering how to test out the reactive idiom in your codebase. In this article Java Champion Andres Almiray provides techniques and tools for testing RxJava.

  • The SAM Pattern: Lessons Learned Building Functional Reactive Front-End Architectures

    by Gunar C. Gessner, Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Oct 17, 2016

    Modern User Experience requires an architecture that is able to continuously “react” not just to user inputs, but also to its broader environment. In this article, Jean-Jacques Dubray and Gunar C. Gessner talk about the lessons learned implementing the SAM pattern with different frameworks and libraries.

Implementation Strategies for the Repository Pattern with Entity Framework, Dapper, and Chain

Posted by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 14, 2016

This article will focus on the basic functionality of the repository pattern and how that functionality would be implemented using three different styles of ORM.

Virtual Panel: Document and Description Formats for Web APIs

Posted by Benjamin Young on  Oct 14, 2016

In this virtual panel we hear from four individuals deeply involved in the Web API space. Each of them has a unique take on the values, benefits, and costs of documentation and description formats.

Peter Cnudde on How Yahoo Uses Hadoop, Deep Learning and Big Data Platform

Posted by Srini Penchikala on  Oct 13, 2016

Yahoo uses Hadoop for different use cases in big data & machine learning areas. InfoQ spoke with Peter Cnudde on how Yahoo leverages big data technologies.

Teaching Modern Software Development Techniques at University

Posted by Robert Chatley on  Oct 11, 2016

Imperial College London is providing students with relevant skills for industrial software engineering careers, and teaching tools and techniques for professional developer working in a modern team. 3

Java 9, OSGi and the Future of Modularity (Part 2)

Posted by Neil Bartlett and Kai Hackbarth on  Oct 04, 2016

The flagship feature of Java 9 will be the new Java Platform Module System. In this article we compare JPMS and OSGi from a technical perspective and see how they can work together.

Developing Transactional Microservices Using Aggregates, Event Sourcing and CQRS - Part 1

Posted by Chris Richardson on  Oct 03, 2016

A novel approach to developing microservices using DDD, Event Sourcing, and CQRS is able to overcome the challenge of using a microservice architecture for transactional business applications. 8

Ways to Make Code Reviews More Effective

Posted by Trisha Gee on  Oct 01, 2016

Code Reviews should improve quality and share knowledge. This article lists a wide range of items to check during a review, and drills deeper into two specific areas: performance and security. 1

An Open API Initiative Update

Posted by Deepak Nadig on  Sep 30, 2016

Tony Tam, creator of the popular Swagger Specification is providing an update on the The Open API Initiative group activity. 1

On Abstractions and For-Each Performance in C#

Posted by Jonathan Allen on  Sep 29, 2016

Donald Knuth famously said, “We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time”. But when faced with the other 3%, it is good to know what’s going on behind the scenes. 2

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