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“Building microservices” re-visited and reflected…

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)…

HTTP caching and unirest-java

In one of our modules we make use of unirest client library for Java in order to access remote REST endpoints. As, right now, this involves quite some…

Jetty, Micro Services and re-shaping things.

Last week, the Java part of our system went productive after a major runtime update – and it did so not on top of the Glassfish application server…

unirest: cross-platform REST client.

Stumbled across unirest last nite while ultimately feeling a bit unhappy with Java EE / JAX-RS frameworks. These folks in some way got my mind re-sorted a bit….

Profiling OSGi applications using VisualVM

Recently been into working with OSGi modules built on top of Apache Felix using the Eclipse bndtools. This ain’t fun all the time, but it works. However, I…

Prototyping think project! SOAP clients with Jython

Though I mostly use (server-sided) Java technology in my day-to-day work, I am then and now intrigued by Python as a straightforward, accessible scripting language which is easy…

Refactoring and removing.

Deleted code doesn’t contain bugs, they say. I always felt kind of unsafe with the idea of actually and straightforward removing code while into refactoring smaller or larger…

a clueless start to node.js

node.js is a technology that has been on my “to-try” stack of technologies for quite a while now. There has been quite some fuzz out there recently regarding…

hitting the golden hammer.

More than once, the last couple of weeks I repeatedly stumbled across situations in which I had to remember the infamous Law Of The Instrument in order to…