What’s new and what’s next for Docker, and who should use it? Last week, Docker 1.13 was released, introducing improvements to the service API and swarm mode. We interviewed member of technical staff at Docker, Patrick Chanezon, at Devoxx Belgium 2016. Patrick gave two talks at Devoxx Belgium 2016: a University session on Nuts and […]

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This blog has explained the following concepts for serverless applications so far: Serverless FaaS with AWS Lambda and Java AWS IoT Button, Lambda and Couchbase The third blog in serverless series will explain how to create a simple microservice using Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda and Couchbase. Read previous blogs for more context on AWS Lambda. Amazon API Gateway […]

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“Essentially if you look at the design criteria, those are 40 years old. You look at the same things over and over again, repeated by different people. But its essentially the same …the separation of concerns, open and closed principle, coupling versus cohesion. Always the same ideas…  its just that this time, we change the boundaries… [to] […]

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Eric Evan’s Domain Driven Design is a core text for all developers and it’s experiencing a renaissance due to the rise of Microservices. But are most of us really applying DDD when we’re “doing” distributed systems development? We’re going to argue that we’re not. But we should be. We need to recalibrate. We’ll begin by […]

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By James Ward I’ve been building enterprise Java web apps since servlets were created. In that time the Java ecosystem has changed a lot but sadly many enterprise Java developers are stuck in some very painful and inefficient ways of doing things. In my travels I continue to see Java The Sucky Parts – but […]

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