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µCon 2018 – Day 1 – Part 2

Previously on the blog: in my previous post I spoke about the first three talk, two of them about chaos engineering. The fourth talk was “Stop Bashing Orchestration! And Long Live Choreography!” by Martin Schimak (blog – twitter – linkedin) started… Continue Reading →

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µCon 2018 – Day 1 – Part 1

Monday and Tuesday I was at the µCon, the microservices conferences hosted in Codenode. I was so excited that in 2 days I took 19 pages of notes (and I am a person that writes with very small fonts). I… Continue Reading →

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Team and employee engagement

“At a software services firm, a 50% increase in team familiarity was followed by a 19% decrease in defects and a 30% decrease in deviations from budget. On audit and consulting teams, high familiarity yielded a 10% improvement in performance,… Continue Reading →

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The best TLS training in the world (Part III) and server configuration

PREVIOUSLY ON PART II: we have spoken about TLS configuration. For this topic we spoke about client capabilities, then key exchange (and DHE and ECDHE) and the comparison between DHE and RSA, Server Name Indication (SNI), SSL Stripping and Mixed… Continue Reading →

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The best TLS training in the world (Part II)

PREVIOUSLY ON PART I: we have spoken about the reasons for securing our communications, the problems and the attacks to an encrypted communication, the strength of an encrypted communication and the different steps to open a connection, how we generate keys,… Continue Reading →

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The best TLS training in the world (Part I)

Hello everyone, lot of things are gonna change in the next month. I was (as always) very busy, so I didn’t find time to write even for the usual conferences I attended, like Scala Central 11. But today and tomorrow… Continue Reading →

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Reactive Microservices (Part III)

Previously on my blog: in 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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