I consider myself a refugee from the old JEE architectures. Threading was handled (naively, for the most part) by the container. Requests were synchronous, transactions distributed. The applications were deployed to a private data center, so scaling the ponderous beast was handled by scaling out (nodes to a weblogic cluster) and scaling up (increasing memory …

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Meet our Trainers – Tomasz

We love our handpicked trainers! Here is an opportunity for you to get to know Tomasz Jaskula, our trainer for French and Polish IDDD Workshops. Tomasz Jaskula Tomasz, you’ve known Vaughn for many years. How did you meet? I had the pleasure of meeting Vaughn in person in 2013 during one of the first IDDD …

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Introducing XOOM

The easiest way to get up and running quickly with XOOM, along with an explanation of our position on open source innovation. We’ve decided to introduce a familiar way to learn the different components of the XOOM toolset—without the need to understand everything about our platform up front. It is our belief that all application …

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Modeling Temporal Occurrences

The inquiry arrived: “Are time lapsed events Domain Events?” The question is the result of wrestling with whether YearEnded and similar occurrences are actually useful. The inquirer’s assertion is that rather than capturing the fact that the year ended, just send a Command that requires some outcome as a result of the fact that the year ended. Of …

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After Microservices, Does Reactive Still Matter?

I was asked to justify reactive software development and XOOM for teams that have already achieved development and deployment of microservices. Here’s the question: After your team has reached the point of developing microservices, perhaps even successfully strangling a Big Ball of Mud monolith, does reactive still matter, and does XOOM still have relevance to such …

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