DockerCon 2016 – Day 3, Presentations

This is the last post in the series where I talk about my experiences at #DockerCon 2016. You can find the other posts here, here and here. The last day of the conference was dedicated to the usage of Docker … Continue reading 

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DockerCon 2016 – Day 2, Presentations

In my last two post (here and here) I talked about the first 2 days I spent here in beautiful Seattle WA for the DockerCon 2016. In this post I am giving a quick review about the first day of … Continue reading 

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10 Lessons from a Long Running DDD Project – Part 2

In Part 1 of this 2-part series, I walked through some lessons learned from the first incarnation of our project. The original project I’d still qualify as a success, in that it was delivered on-time, within budget, and is still … Continue reading 

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DockerCon 2016 – Day 1, Workshop and registration

In my previous post I talked about my first day in Seattle and about the sight seeing I did ahead of the DockerCon 2016 conference. Today I am reporting about the first day of conference related activities. Still used to … Continue reading 

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DockerCon 2016 – Day of Arrival

I have the great pleasure to participate in this years Docker Conference at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. This is going to be a little personal journal about the conference. Saturday, June 19th, 2016 I get up very … Continue reading 

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Containers – What’s the big Deal?

As I write this I am sitting in the plane from Austin TX to Seattle WA where I will attend DockerCon 2016. This conference is one of the most vibrant conferences I have witnessed so far and I am really … Continue reading 

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10 Lessons from a Long Running DDD Project – Part 1

Round about 7 years ago, I was part of a very large project which rooted its design and architecture around domain-driven design concepts. I’ve blogged a lot about that experience (and others), but one interesting aspect of the experience is … Continue reading 

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Launching ASP.NET Core 1.0 course

This is a bit of a different post for me. I obviously blog and speak a lot about how I build apps at Headspring, and one question I get quite often is “can you make some courses on Pluralsight about … Continue reading 

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What Microservices Is Not

From what the term “Service” does not imply, from “What is a service (2016 edition)”: “Cloud” “Server” “ESB” “API” XML JSON REST HTTP SOAP WSDL Swagger Docker Mesos Svc Fabric Zookeeper Kubernetes SQL NoSQL MQTT AMQP Scale Reliability “Stateless” “Stateful” … Continue reading 

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CQRS and REST: the perfect match

In many of my applications, the UI and API gravitate towards task-oriented UIs. Instead of “editing an invoice”, I “approve an invoice”, with specialized models, behaviors and screens just for accomplishing that task. But what happens when we move from … Continue reading 

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