Skip the Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) principle and don’t share code between Microservices – Reasons for building microservices are often about using isolation as a means to handle change. Sharing code between services couples your services to each other and by this you are crossing the isolation barrier, reducing the effectiveness of the isolation and the ability to handle change, David Dawson writes questioning the Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) principle.
Microsoft, Apple, and Disappointment – But like that crazy uncle, this is Microsoft and you know not to believe everything that comes out of its mouth. You know deep down that the HoloLens isn't going to be what they say it is, because it never is with Microsoft.
Should You Use Spring Boot in Your Next Project? #YES – Spring Boot really guides the way toward good modern Spring development practices. If you have been sticking with familiar approaches, and not keeping up with the times because of how complex bootstrapping new Spring applications can be, then Spring Boot
Coding is not the new literacy – To put it simply, the next great advance in human ability comes from being able to externalize the mental models we spend our entire lives creating. That is the new literacy. And it's the revolution we've all been waiting for.
Why Groovy is the Swift of the Android World | Voxxed – Guillaume Laforge tells Voxxed what was new for Groovy in 2014, and explains new areas the team is exploring – for example, developing Android applications in Groovy. We also talk about why Groovy benefits from Java 8, and why is Laforge grateful to Apple