Blog articles tagged 'architecture'

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on 3/8/2015 11:36 AM
Tweet On day three of QCon London, we were treated to some really insightful stories from the likes of Google, Atlas and Spotify. And for the first time in a while Uber is talking publically about what they’ve been up to.   The challenge for Uber’s platfo[...]
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on 4/3/2014 10:28 AM
Microsoft’s Build 2014 conference is currently in full flow, one of the new products announced is Orleans, an Actor framework for Azure. There’s an MSDN blog article with some details, apparently it was used on Halo 4. Demis Bellot of ServiceStack fame,[...]
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on 3/2/2014 9:21 AM
NorDevCon is a one day agile and tech conference held annually in the historic English town of Norwich, also the setting for the recent British comedy Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa. Last Friday I took the short hop across the Fens to Norwich to talk about D[...]
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on 9/21/2013 9:38 PM
This was my second time at The Strange Loop. When I attended in 2011, I said that it was one of the best conferences I had ever attended, and I was disappointed that family plans meant I couldn't attend in 2012. That meant my expectations were high. The m[...]
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on 9/7/2013 4:58 PM
From the window at the office I’ve seen a series of futuristic buildings erected, first the Gherkin, then the Shard and now the Walkie Talkie:   The last one being recently been re-dubbed the Walkie Scorchie as it produces a supercharged solar ‘death ra[...]
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on 6/14/2013 1:58 AM
Scott Wlaschin has just posted a really interesting series on Dependency cycles over on the F# for fun and profit site. The last post shows cycles and modularity in the wild comparing open source C# and F# projects including SpecFlow and TickSpec which ha[...]
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on 5/28/2013 5:56 AM
No matter how fast and vast your infrastructure, at some point you find that it’s not enough or it’s not …Continue reading →
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on 5/27/2013 7:09 AM
Having built a system in Event-Driven SOA fashion I’ve come to realize that the moniker applied to this style of …Continue reading →
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on 5/16/2013 10:29 PM
You’ve read the introduction books, you’ve keyed in the hello world examples, now it’s time to dive deep into solutions from experienced developers working in interesting domains. Deep Dive Like many of you I’m sure I’ve collected a bookshelf full of b[...]
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on 5/6/2013 2:16 PM
Scanning over Alvin Ashcraft’s excellent Morning Dew (a must read for .Net devs as is Chris Alcock’s Morning Brew), I came across a short article from Richard Carr on writing Fixed Width Data Files using C#. Richard creates a class that inherits from Str[...]
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