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Christan Grant's Groups (5)

  • Python

    15 members Latest Activity: yesterday Python. Life's better without braces.

  • OS Town

    5 members Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2009 Operating systems are like religions. At this stage, people have spent entire careers with one or another. But, now we have multiple choices and…

  • Web2.0 Town

    19 members Latest Activity: Dec 22, 2013 Web2.0 is the dynamic web. It's social networking, tag clouds, metadata, geodata, and more. We love Web2.0. There's more out there than you can…

  • Database SIG

    13 members Latest Activity: Mar 16, 2015 Object relational mapping, Hibernate, container managed persistence. Do you eat, breath and sleep databases? We do! This is the place to share what…

  • GatorJUG Town

    30 members Latest Activity: Jun 15 Gainesville JUG, this is your place. Gather here to network, trade tips and ideas, or ask questions. You can create discussions and upload code.…

Notes

Welcome to Codetown!

Codetown is a social network. It's got blogs, forums, groups, personal pages and more! You might think of Codetown as a funky camper van with lots of compartments for your stuff and a great multimedia system, too! Best of all, Codetown has room for all of your friends.

When you create a profile for yourself you get a personal page automatically. That's where you can be creative and do your own thing. People who want to get to know you will click on your name or picture and…
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Reading List

Designing Microservice Architectures the Right Way: Michael Bryzek's Lessons Learned at QCon NY

At QCon New York 2018, Michael Bryzek discussed how to design microservice architectures “the right way”. Key takeaways included: engineers should design schema first for all APIs and events, as this allows the automated code generation of boilerplate code; and investment should be made in automation, such as deployment and dependency management.

By Daniel Bryant

Why Segment Returned to a Monolith From Microservices

Alexandra Noonan, from Segment, describes how they moved their original monolithic architecture to microservices and then found problems with that approach which required them to rethink and move back to a (different) monolithic architecture with far more appreciable benefits.

By Mark Little

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