It seems that “Building microservices” finally made it to general availability. Actually, I’ve been following the book quite a while now, signed up (and bought the ebook version) pretty early during its early-access phase, and, finally, am pretty pleased with what the result looks like…
Soundtrack: various stuff by Rorcal (see rorcalmusic.tumblr.com/ and www.last.fm/music/Rorcal). I usually once in a while get back to doing pictures like this. By the way, just to point it out again: All the pics posted here are CC-BY-SA – licenced, and I keep versions larger than these posted here, just in case.
As pointed out in my last post, I am about to dive a little deeper into our prototypical, experimental usage of Apache CouchDB in an environment which is a bit off the typical “web application” use case yet seems not all too bad a thing to use a technology like CouchDB for. Meet the “transport
I’ve recently been writing about Apache CouchDB and its various features of interest in our environment, and I will continue doing so as, after working with this platform, I came across a bunch of thoughts I quickly felt like pinning down, either in order to remember them, or in order to eventually have some discussion
Ever considered building a better mouse trap? Well. I do, actually, each and every day anew. I will leave out most of the more in-depth considerations related to this, as for now they don’t matter – the only thing worth knowing, initially, is that the process of “migrating”, “updating”, “rebuilding”, … an existing, fairly complex