Monthly Archives: November 2013

W-Jax 2013 (SOAP?)

BigData, Git, Java-Fx 8, Continuous Delivery, Android, Java EE 7, Lambdas, Concurrency,  Elasticsearch, Spring, Rest-Services and lots more topics were discussed at the W-Jax. BUT there was not a single session about SOAP. Is SOAP dead? Adam Bien said in … Continue reading

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Chop onions instead of layers

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch This is the presentation handout for a presentation I gave at the bbv Techday 2013. Special thanks to Jeffrey Palermo for supporting me.  Chopping onions usually makes you cry. This is not the case in … Continue reading

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What factors affect the speed of NServiceBus message processing?

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch I’ve heard that question a number of times during my projects and consultings I did for several customers. Normally that generic answers can only be properly answered with information about the non-functional requirements and Service … Continue reading

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