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  • Angular 2 and TypeScript - A High Level Overview

    AngularJS has become the world's most popular JavaScript framework for creating web applications. And now Angular 2 and TypeScript have brought true object oriented web development to the mainstream, using a syntax that is strikingly close to Java 8. In this article we provide a high-level overview of the Angular 2 framework.

  • Interview with Sandi Metz on Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby

    On occasion of the second edition of her book “Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby: An Agile Primer”, InfoQ talked with Sandi about how her book was received, learning from open source code, making sensible use of code analysis tools and other topics.

  • There is a Cowboy in my Domain! - Implementing Domain Driven Design Review and Interview

    Implementing Domain Driven Design, has brought clarity to an important but little understood area of software design. As a measure of Software Design literature, Vaughn's work is educational and fun. With real world code samples and sage advice, IDDD guides the reader through the sometimes murky waters of DDD and helps them gain the insight required to start a DDD journey of their own.

  • A Look At Elemental Design Patterns

    Jason McC. Smith speaks with InfoQ regarding his new book, "Elemental Design Patterns", and details his approach to evolving how design patterns are documented.

  • Cloud Computing Realigns Role of Service Oriented Architecture

    From its inception Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) has been a source of dissension among enterprise, solution and application architects. Now cloud computing is changing the conversation.

  • Twitter Shifting More Code to JVM, Citing Performance and Encapsulation As Primary Drivers

    While it almost certainly remains the largest Ruby on Rails based site in the world, Twitter has gradually been moving more and more of its stack to the JVM. Last year the company announced that its back-end message queue had been re-written in Scala, and more recently it moved the search stack to Java, making Twitter search around three times faster.

  • Ars Magna: the revolution is overdue

    This essay is an intentionally provocative and controversial call for a real revolution in how we conceive of and practice software development. The intent is to stimulate discussion.

  • Wonderland Of SOA Governance

    Michael Poulin elaborates on the differences between of governance and management and tries to explore the 'wonderland' of governance in a service-oriented environment. He defines SOA Governance, explores the relationship between governance and enterprise architecture, and discusses accountability and ownership of governance efforts, and how practitioners can instrument SOA governance.

  • Communication Flexibility Using Bindings

    In this article, we will look at an important feature of SCA - its support for a wide variety of communication protocols and how to use SCA bindings on services and references to decouple your business code from communication protocols. Finally we'll take a look at the SCA domain to see how bindings operate in and outside the domain.

  • Concurrency and Immutability

    This article explores the issue of immutability as a function of concurrency demands in modern software applications. The discussion occurs in the general context of dependency injection.

  • Domain-Driven Design in an Evolving Architecture

    Mat Wall and Nik Silver explain how their has been using Domain-Driven Design in an evolving and Agile environment, at high traffic news site guardian.co.uk.

  • Using singleton classes for object metadata

    So you have a bunch of objects - let's call it an object graph - provided by some API. Now you want to to process the objects - which requires some intermediate data, for instance: the process creates some metadata that needs to be stored with the objects. The problem: where to store the metadata? We'll show how to use Ruby singleton classes to handle this problem.

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