Building great APIs is about more than just design; it requires detailed, thoughtful execution. Your API strategy needs to meet the business requirements of your organization but it must also be flexible enough to meet your developer community's diverse needs.
Prepare for a deep, and critical performance review of Chrome along with some highly helpful principles for keeping your software simple. Plus, a huge Azure outage, another Linus Torvalds freakout, and a workplace with no bosses.
This is a real time map of transaction activity I helped architect and develop for Smart Receipt that they current use as an installation on a 50-inch display in their office in Santa Barbara, California as a show of the capabilities of their technology for customers and investors and daily inspiration for team members.
How do you take the principles of Agile to heart for requirements? Contrary to some beliefs, Agile does not mean no requirements are documented. In this session, we'll discuss practices that engage customers and your engineering team, set you up to respond to change while keeping leadership in the loop.
The goal of this app is to use it as a teaching tool for tutorials, presentations & more. Also it could serve as a topology designer for messaging applications since it supports exporting the design to RabbitMQ.
Learn why it's not James Gosling's fault that we think more about 'write once, run everywhere' instead of the customer. Plus, see the performance numbers of Chrome's LocalStorage DB and get a taste of OpenJDK's new wiki.
A close look at Spring Insight's plugins for Spring Integration and RabbitMQ. The Spring Integration and RabbitMQ plugins combined provide a powerful tool for tracking how a distributed asynchronous applications are performing.