As the complexity and amount of data increases, new database structures that offer different solutions from relational databases are growing in popularity. One of these is the graph database. At Voxxed Days Bucharest, Michael Hackstein is talking about graph databases, and how to overcome the limits of scalability that they can suffer from. We asked […]

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By Itamar Turner-Trauring: See Microservices.com Practitioner Summit for upcoming event information.   You may have heard about microservices: the trendy new architecture that lets you ship features quickly. All you have to do is spend three years rebuilding your organizational structure and rewriting your existing code. Sounds promising, right? It doesn’t have to be done that way, […]

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During the Fullstack conference I saw a small project made with Hapi.js during a talk, so I decided to invest some time working with hapi in order to investigate how easy it was create a Node.js application with this framework. I’ve to admit, this is a framework that is really well done. It has a plugin […]

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Today I’d love to share how to wrap a Node microservice or monolithic application inside a Docker container. I assume that you’ve already installed Docker, boot2docker and Node in your machine. If you don’t, please check the official Docker page and Node page and, after picking your operating system, follow the instructions. I’ve created a simple Node application […]

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Matt Raible chats to Voxxed about his Devoxx France sessions on JHipster and Angular. We discuss why developers are so interested in JHipster, and how it can help boost user knowledge of other tools in the Java ecosystem. Matt also goes under the covers of Angular 2, and taps into the hype around TypeScript. Filmed […]

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Much as the delicately fluttering petals of the Japanese cherry blossom in a spring breeze epitomise the temporality of human existence, so too do massive online dramas remind us just how fragile open source ecosystems can be. In this instance, one developer managed to throw a spanner in the works for Node, Babel, and thousands […]

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The original MapReduce paper was pushed out in 2004  by Google – but times have changed. Where does data crunching at Google go from here? In this interview, filmed at Devoxx 2014, Martin Gorner discusses the newly-announced Google Cloud Dataflow product, and how it solves some common data analysis with or without map reduce.

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