It's been an interesting few days. Our GitHub project has seen some helpful contribution form the public but more importantly a community is starting to build with others looking to build either own modules and technol
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We're on track to release our long await version 2.0 of CQRS. We are currently still on-track to meet our release date of June the 7th.
Many people are rushing to the cloud like it's going to solve all of their problems. The bad news is that the cloud isn't a big, magic button or silver bullet that will solve all your problems. It takes the right strategy to make moving workloads to the cloud worth the effort.
One great way to explain how automation will affect software development is using a taxi/bus analogy. The idea of getting into a taxi and saying "I'd like to go to these 4 addresses in this order" is something we can all understand because the basics of driving are pretty much
Recently I was reading an article with some advise on how to make your system is resilient. As I was reading it I stumbled across the following piece of advice. There are times when this is valid, but as this is the new-year I'm reviewing the mistakes of the past and updat