Monthly Archives: March 2015

Microservices and Databases

I ran across a post on microservices recently and was intrigued. I always like the idea of loosely coupled, independent items in software. However the idea of microservices causes issues with databases. Here’s the section in the piece by Netflix: … Continue reading

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Source Code Security

I’m not surprised, and I had expected to read about something like this much sooner. Apparently someone at the ride sharing company, Uber, posted a security key online in a GitHub distribution. I assume this was some sort of code repository … Continue reading

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Toshiba Portege Z30 Review

I saw recently that Grant Fritchey wrote a review of his laptop, the Portege Z30. I had noted Grant’s issues with laptops and waited to see what he got last year before I replaced mine. I actually had the chance … Continue reading

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Software Engineering in Practice

I ran across a review of a developer’s first year at a company. The company is endjin and the poster describes their first year as a “software engineer apprentice,” which is an interesting way to look at one’s early career. While it’s … Continue reading

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