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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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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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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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3dPang and OpenGL

I know, I know, it is a bit late for writing this post, but it is something I wanted to do since long time ago. It is a project I worked with a classmate during the university,┬ánot for fun but… Continue Reading →

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Scala Central #9

It is a busy period, but I am not missing the important meetings. Like Scala Central number 9, that is currently my preferred meetup: firstly because it is Scala, secondly because it is always about interesting topics. This time I… Continue Reading →

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A REST API in 3 hours with Finagle

Hi everybody. Again, I have been involved in several projects lately, so I neglected the blog. Shame on me! ­čśŤ But today I can speak about something new for me. I wanted to create a REST(ful) API in a fast… Continue Reading →

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Android Image Handling @ droidcon Bytes

Hi all, also today I went to one of the wonderful meetups of SkillsMatter. This time I attended the talk of the meetup droidcon Bytes┬áwhose topic was “Advanced Image Handling Techniques with Michael Tweed“. I should have checked the topic… Continue Reading →

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Meetup with Mark Wilcock @ InfiniteConf Bytes

Hi, lately I had to prepare for a test, so I avoided meetups and conferences and to write in this blog, but I am still here, and today I attended a meetup that was somehow nice, but maybe not exactly… 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┬áProcedure┬áCall). REST, not REST, this is… Continue Reading →

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