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What is a Tidy Codebase?

I came across the book recently ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up.‘ I think I got a sample on the Play Store and right away thought ‘wow, this woman is an amazing writing voice.‘ Now that I have read a bunch of the book I know why: 1. it‘s a screed, delivered politely, like a witches curse delivered in a ...

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Enterprise Applications Customization with Microservice

Introduction Today in highly paced enterprise environment you, as the leader of enterprise IT division, need to be fast. Simplicity is the key for the speed. What are the key factors to simplify your IT? Three different areas are very important to take care of: Technology, Organisation and Environment (TOE Framework: http://goo.gl/tQlX5z). Here are some detail points for technology and ...

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NoSQL vs. SQL: Choosing a Data Management Solution

Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Distributed systems: the CAP theorem 3. Relational data stores 3.1. MySQL / MariaDB 3.2. PostgreSQL 3.3. Others 4. Why NoSQL? 5. Key/Value data stores 5.1. DynamoDB 5.2. Memcached 5.3. Redis 5.4. Riak 5.5. Aerospike 5.6. FoundationDB 6. Columnar data stores 6.1. Accumulo 6.2. Cassandra 6.3. HBase 7. Graph data stores 7.1. Neo4J 7.2. Titan ...

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Where’s the law?

If you would like to describe Law of Demeter in one sentence, it would go like that: “talk only with your (closest) friends”. In full form it tells that a method of particular object can call only methods that belong to: the same object, any object that is an attribute of this object, any object that was passed as a ...

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Ceylon: Why you might want to choose Ceylon

In a couple of days Ceylon 1.2 will be released, after a year of development. That’s exciting for us, but we think it would be interesting to summarize our thoughts about why you should be excited about Ceylon, and why you might consider it over other programming languages designed to run on the Java and JavaScript virtual machines. Ceylon is ...

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Transcending REST and RPC

It seems that a new paradigm is coming. Facebook and Netflix have come up with different implementations for that idea. Some people are calling it Demand-Driven Architecture, but before I show you some solutions, let’s go over some history to understand the problem. I will use the example that Netflix provides, but I think that most of us will find ...

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How to Find the Closest Subset Sum with SQL

I’ve stumbled upon this very interesting question on Stack Overflow, recently. Its title is: [How to] compare a number with sum of subset of numbers In this article, we’ll compare the user’s imperative approach to the extremely elegant (Oracle) SQL approach. We’ll be making use of any combination of these awesome SQL features:   Window functions FIRST and LAST functions, ...

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