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Efficient Service Communication with gRPC
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| by Petra Bierleutgeb Follow 0 Followers on Sep 09, 2018 |

Petra Bierleutgeb takes a look at gRPC, discussing how its support for HTTP/2, protocol buffers, type-safety and others makes it an alternative to REST/JSON-based service communication.

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Petra Bierleutgeb is an independent software engineer and consultant living in Munich. She is a Scala enthusiast and interested in FP, software architecture and infrastructure. She greatly enjoys rock climbing and from time to time she writes blog posts and speaks at conferences.

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