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Road to serverless: 3 years later

I think it is useful to have a quick discussion on what happened about moving to serverless in the last 3 years. First of all, I want to clarify that there are many discussions in my company related that, even… Continue Reading →

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Kinesis aka the most misunderstood tool ever

Let’s clarify: I work with AWS since 7 years now, and not in one, but in two companies I have been forced to use Kinesis to develop components that didn’t need Kinesis. And every time I try to explain that… Continue Reading →

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Road to serverless

In April I changed company. I had a problem with my line manager, I try to stand the situation as much as I could (reason why, lately, a big percentage of my posts were related to leadership and culture) but… Continue Reading →

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Server threads, high traffic and broken pipes

I have been working as a professional developer since the year 2007. I have solved many issues during my long life. I totally think that every issue is different from the others, so you need to use your brain to… Continue Reading →

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Data automation @ ScalaX Bytes

Hi folks, on Tuesday I came back from holidays, and yesterday I attended the first conference at Codenode (Skillsmatter) related Data Automation. The talk was made by Thomas Kaliakos (Twitter – LinkedIn), a software developer at OVOEnergy. The topic of… Continue Reading →

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Runtimes, part 2 @ Skillsmatter

Here again to speak about this meetup, one of the events planned by the London Microservices User Group and hosted, as usual, by Skillsmatter. Both of them were speaking about the language Go, but they faced different aspects. The first… Continue Reading →

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Reactive Microservices (Part III)

Previously on my blog:┬áin the previous post we spoke about circuit breakers, communication, point to point vs brokers, robustness and antifragile, stressors and consumer driven contracts. In the first post we spoke about what are microservices, pros and cons of… Continue Reading →

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Reactive Microservices (Part II)

Previously on my blog: in the previous post we spoke about what are microservices, pros and cons of the network in the architecture (fallacies of distributing systems, CAP theorem…) and the problem of changes, but most of the discussion was… Continue Reading →

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Reactive Microservices (Part I)

Today I finished a 3 days training on (reactive) microservices with David Dawson (Twitter – Website – LinkedIn). I had no opportunities to share day by day what we learnt, but I will write the three posts anyway. The first… Continue Reading →

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