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Dropwizard: Make Features, Not WAR



Ryan Kennedy introduces Dropwizard which is Yammer's framework for building RESTful web services on the JVM.


Ryan Kennedy is the Director of Core Services Engineering at Yammer, where he leads a team focused on the development of scalable, reliable backend systems for new product features.

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Mar 19, 2013

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  • NIH

    by Fred Amiter,

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    So he tells us to replace Servlets and the tried and proven JEE infrastructure with their hastily assembled proprietary framework?

  • Re: NIH

    by Eduardo Silva,

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    Dropwizard is pretty much combination of proven/stable frameworks used to develop JVM web services... it is no "proprietary framework"! Many people are already using these frameworks in an ad-hoc manner, so this is a neat work to help putting these frameworks together in a fast and consistent manner.

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