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Netty VS GRPC

Hi all, we had this day of innovation and discovery on Friday. One subtopic was the eternal battle between RPCs, so, how to make one client have a call to data on a server (Remote┬áProcedure┬áCall). REST, not REST, this is… Continue reading →

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Architecting on AWS (part III)

Hi all, I just finished my third day of training. This post close the content of the course. Something has been skipped, I also have two related books in PDF, they contain the slides, texts of the LABs and everything… Continue reading →

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Architecting on AWS (part II)

Hi all, second day of the course. We were a bit behind schedule, but the teacher was not really impressed. He did a kind of briefing on everything said in the first day: Regions, Availability Zones (with different costs, services,… Continue reading →

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Architecting on AWS (part I)

Hi all, I am attending this course in these days, “Architecting on AWS“, so I will discuss about it and I will keep track of what I learned with as much details as I can remember. It is the first… Continue reading →

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May Meetup @ El Rug (London Ruby User Group)

Hi all, yesterday evening I was one of the lucky people attending the monthly meetup of the El Rug (LRUG), the London Ruby User Group. I decided to go there because I started recently to work with Ruby and I… Continue reading →

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Apache Camel: a nice way to address EIPs

Hi all, as usual when you change company, you change also the technology stack. Starting from April 10th I start working in BBC and, after the first week, I start working with Apache Camel, and even if I am new… Continue reading →

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Sudoku solver (in Scala)

Hi everybody! I knew that, in one of the Scala Central meetup, a talk was about creating a Sudoku solver. Unfortunately I didn’t attend that talk, but the challenge was nice, so I decided to try by myself to code… Continue reading →

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Kanban Pizza @ SkillsMatter

Any person involved in technology should, from time to time, follow some meetups. And SkillsMatter is a very good place to find some of them. Tonight I went to Kanban Pizza, it was not what I expected (and maybe I… Continue reading →

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BASH: prompt with repository status

Hi all, today I want to leave here the prompt setting that I usually use at work. This because every time I change my laptop I have to rewrite it from scratch, and on internet I cannot find something similar…. Continue reading →

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