Viktor Klang (viktor.klang)

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Viktor Klang works at Scalable Solutions, the commercial entity behind Akka. Hailing from southern Sweden, Viktor is a passionate Scala hacker since 2007, a Java enterprise systems architect since 2003 and a programmer since 1998. He's a big fan of agile development, scalable software and elegant code. He's spent the past 7 years building a EIS, ERP, CRM and PDM system for a large international enterprise. After being involved in the Lift web framework for 2 years, he joined the Akka team in the middle of 2009 as one of the earliest committers.

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on 3/19/2014 12:13 PM
Taking the opportunity to define Microservices, not in terms of what they are not, but in terms of what they are. This is my definition. Definition: A Microservice is a discrete, isolated, and named piece of logic that consumes 0…N inputs and produces [...]
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on 11/23/2011 6:36 AM
So, I found myself in a situation where I was creating JDK Proxies, and I was in control of the invocation of newProxyInstance and needed to make the Proxies transparently Serializable. The problem is that for it to work you need writeReplace, so that yo[...]
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on 6/30/2011 4:16 PM
Long time no blog, I’m not much of a writer, so here’s the code! Hardlink Cheers, √
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on 3/5/2011 3:14 PM
This question comes up every now and then, and my answer has since the first time, been refined, so I thought I’d give the answer here. “How do I run some initialization logic in the thread of the dispatcher and not the creator of the actor?” I present to[...]
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on 2/25/2011 1:59 AM
“The fact is that everyone has scalability issues, no one can deal with their service going from zero to a few million users without revisiting almost every aspect of their design and architecture.” Quoted from : http://37signals.com/svn/archives2/dont_[...]
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