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Getting started with Internet of things using Arduino and Google

Getting started with Internet of things using Arduino and Google helps us to explore the new upcoming technological revolution. This tutorial describes how to experiment Internet of things using Arduino and Google. IoT (aka Internet of things) is one of the most important technological trends nowadays. In this post, we want to explore how to build an IoT project using Arduino ...

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Comparing Envoy and Istio Circuit Breaking With Netflix OSS Hystrix

When we build services architectures (Service Oriented Architecture, Microservices, the next incarnation, etc), we end up making a lot more calls over the network. The network is perilous. We try to build redundancy into our services so that we can experience failures in our system and still move forward and process customer requests. An important part of this puzzle of ...

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Decoding the Eclipse IP Policy: Third Party Dependencies

The term Intellectual Property (IP) refers to any sort of creative work, be it literature, art, or software. In the realm of open source software, artifacts like source code, documentation, and images are considered intellectual property. Unless otherwise stated, intellectual property is the property of its creator, who may grant permission for others to use that intellectual property by providing ...

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Best Practices When Versioning a Release

Ever wondered how to version a release of your software? Ever looked around at the software you’re using and asked what their approach is, or whether you should use it? Have you ever been confused as to which approach to take? I get it, software, like any complex human endeavor, isn’t easy; and release versioning is no different. What’s more, ...

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Teach Them The Language First

I wanted to write this article for some time now, but I wasn’t sure if it’s such a spread phenomenon or maybe just my experience. This tweet made me decide to write it. I think these days, frameworks and platforms have grown and have abstracted our work so much that it is very easy to spend 10 years in a ...

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Use Matchers for Preconditions and Postconditions

Sorry, this is late. Excuses, excuses. I feel like I’ve seen this somewhere else once before in my life, but it the idea doesn’t seem to have spread much. That’s probably due to the lack of traction for pre- and postconditions in general. So, we’ll start with those. Preconditions and Postconditions Preconditions and postconditions are a little old-fashioned, having been ...

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When You Have A Blockchain, Everything Looks Like a Nail

Blockchain, AI, big data, NoSQL, microservices, single page applications, cloud, SOA. What do these have in common? They have been or are hyped. At some point they were “the big thing” du jour. Everyone was investigating the possibility of using them, everyone was talking about them, there were meetups, conferences, articles on Hacker news and reddit. There are more examples, ...

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