Monthly Archives: March 2014

Thoughts about #microservices – less micro, more service?

I’ve been giving talks on what are now called microservices for the past two years. The big idea is that in some situations rather than building a monolithic application (e.g. application = one huge WAR file) you should apply the Scale Cube (specifically … Continue reading

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NodeJS, Futures, and Rx Observables at DevNexus 2014

Last week I gave a couple of talks related to micro-services architecture at DevNexus 2014. The first talk was NodeJS: the good parts? A skeptic’s view (slides), which describes the pros and cons of JavaScript and NodeJS and how NodeJS is … Continue reading

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