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NodeJS vs Java by Example

I think it is important to make some examples when we compare languages and Runtimes, or libraries and protocols, as I did for my post on GPRC. This time is the time of NodeJS and Java. How did I made… 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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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 Procedure Call). REST, not REST, this is… 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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Don’t mess with visibility

Lately, to be more precise starting from April 10th, I started working at BBC. Wonderful environment, very nice people, so everything is perfect. They work with Java and other technologies (Apache Camel is one of the library they use, I… Continue Reading →

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Data structures in Scala and Java (Part I)

Of course some businesses have their specific needs for computer science. During the last round of interviews I had to face questions on some strange constructs. Nothing you cannot find in a good book on data structures, obviously, but still… Continue Reading →

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