Monthly Archives: March 2014

Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Fallacies Part I

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch This blogpost is part of a larger blog post series. Get the overview of the content here. The fallacies of distributed computing describe common assumptions that are made by developers and architects in distributed systems. … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Systems and Applications

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch This blogpost is part of a larger blog post series. Get the overview of the content here. The word service oriented architecture, known under the abbreviation SOA, is often misunderstood or wrongly applied. A … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems Overview

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch I’m currently travelling around in Germany and giving a whole day workshop about Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems. Part of that tour in Germany are also several Usergroup presentations each day in another … Continue reading

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Onion Architecture Article in Method and Tools Magazine

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch My article about Onion Architecture has just been released in the Method and Tools Magazine. The article contains even more insights into the Onion Architecture and how it compares to traditional Layered Architecture by … Continue reading

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Spotify’s engineering culture – Part 1

Crisp, our Swedish training partner for CSM and CSPO courses at bbv-Academy, posted a very interesting insight into Spotify’s agile engineering culture: Part 2 hasn’t been recorded yet. Stay tuned.

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Balanceakt zum Erfolg

Artikel von Alan Ettlin in der Handelszeitung vom 13.3.2014: Balanceakt zum Erfolg» als pdf lesen Alles ist heute Innovativ. Es gibt kaum einen Begriff, der so strapaziert wurde in den vergangenen Jahren. Vom Joghurthersteller bis zum  Versicherungsunternehmen. Unbestritten ist, dass … Continue reading

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The buzz around microservices

This is a cross-post from planetgeek.ch The term microservices has been humming around in the industry quite a long time now. Several articles and videos have been posted. People have been arguing about whether their services are true microservices or not … Continue reading

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Vier Wege in die Cloud

Roland Krummenacher, Software Architekt und Windows-Azure-Experte bei der bbv Software Services, zeigt in seinem Beitrag an den X.DAYS 2014 anhand von vier Szenarien aus der Praxis, wie Schweizer Unternehmen die Public Cloud für ihre Software-Projekte nutzen. Haben sich die erhofften … Continue reading

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Der ultimative Spickzettel für die tägliche Arbeit: das Java 8 Poster «Lambdas und Streams»

Was ist neu mit JDK 8? Behalten Sie den Überblick über die neuen Erweiterungen der Sprache (Lambdas) und des Collection-Frameworks (Streams) mit dem neuen Java 8 Poster. Vom Java Magazin publiziert, von bbv Software Services gesponsert. Werfen Sie schon mal … Continue reading

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Von Null auf Hundert am 14.3.: Hands-on Labs zu Windows Azure oder Apps mit Windows 8.1 entwickeln

Wolkig mit Aussicht? Ob Sie nun IT-Profi oder Entwickler sind: Dieses «Hand hands-on Lab» am Vormittag (8.45 – 12.15 Uhr) ist genau das Richtige für Sie, wenn Sie mehr über die Cloud-basierte Windows Azure Technologie lernen möchten. Hier können Sie … Continue reading

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