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Book review: “Get Your Hands Dirty on Clean Architecture – Second Edition”

Clean Architecture helps us ensure a solid foundation for our applications, and helps keep our code organized and maintainable. Furthermore when properly applied it helps keep ones team on the same page and ensures our applications stay robust and flexible over time. Of course there are a lot of pitfalls to take into account, and a lot of pros/cons to …

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Patterns For The Design Of Microservices – Part 1

Design patterns plays a pivotal role in designing and solving the commonly occurring problems in software application. It is guiding principle or template to the solve any designing problems. It applies to the Microservices architectural style as well. These patterns provide a structured approach to designing and implementing Microservice architectures, ensuring scalability, maintainability, and reusability. By adhering to these design …

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FEPCOS-J (2) – Declaratively compose networked systems in Java

FEPCOS-J implements a model-based Java language extension that provides the annotation @Part, which enables a developer to declaratively compose networked systems. This post introduces the concept and gives you an example of how to use it. Please help me to make FEPCOS-J a Free/Libre and Open-Source Software (FLOSS). Introduction FEPCOS-J arises in the frame of the FEPCOS-Project [1], which aims …

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