I'm happy to announce the availability of the next developer interview. The lucky number 13 was caught by Vlad Mihalcea (@vlad_mihalcea). He is a developer since more than 10 years and been designing and developing software reaching from common enterprise applications to high performance batch and transaction processing systems.
A couple of months back I gave a presentation at NDC London about how to find service boundaries, giving examples from the field of healthcare. The recording is now online here.
Skip to 05:25 in the video to get by the songs (thanks Kijana).
I'm looking at the most popular content on my blog from time to time and try to address your needs the best. So, reading my blog is the one way for my fellow readers to drive the content. Another way is to reach out to me in comments or via email. For today, I am going to revamp my JDBC Realm example with Primefaces and update it to latest WildFly server.
I've been doing a bit recently around DevOps and what I've been seeing is that companies that having been scaling DevOps tend to run into a problem: exactly what is a good boundary for a DevOps team? Now I've talked before about how Microservices are just SOA with a new logo, well there is an interesting piece about DevOps as well, its not actually a brand new thing. Its an evolution and
Fridays seem to be the Developer Interview day. Today I welcome Henryk Konsek (@hekonsek). Henryk is a software engineer at Red Hat (JBoss) who has been working with Java-related technologies for many years. His area of expertise is middleware and integration technologies.
Just wanted to quickly publish my slides from the recent JDK.io talks about WildFlies, Apache Camel, Java EE and large e