Monthly Archives: April 2014

Für die erfolgreiche Einführung neuer Systeme: das Poster «Performance Testing» zeigt alle wichtigen Aufgaben auf einen Blick.

Performance Testing ist ein zentraler Faktor für die erfolgreiche Einführung eines neuen Systems. Auf dem Poster «Performance Testing» erkennen Sie alle wichtigen Aufgaben, von der Strategie über die Planung bis zur Durchführung und Überwachung von Performance Tests. Es gibt Ihnen … Continue reading

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Effective teams: Free Jazz

This is the first post in a series about what makes a team effective. Effective means, the team does the right thing to reach its goal. In free jazz, improvisation is an important part. But the musicians don’t just play … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Composition Patterns

This blogpost is part of a larger blog post series. Get the overview of the content here. One is the Composite Front End pattern which integrates “things” on the client side and the other one is the Client/Server/Service pattern which integrates … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Mashup means bringing it together

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. A frontend is not owned by a single “thing”. It is a mashup of multiple “things” combined together … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Immutable and stable

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. Immutable data is unchangeable once it is written. An immutable data needs an identifier which allows to … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Data outside vs Data inside

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. Before we dig deeper into the characteristics of a “thing” we need to talk about the explicit … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Services are not webservices

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. But messaging alone is not enough! We need to decompose our system. Service Orientation can help us … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Ordering and buy-in

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. Never assume messages will arrive in the order you sent them. If it works fine on your … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – More message patterns

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. I briefly mentioned that the message has a body. The body carries on the payload or the … Continue reading

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Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems – Messaging and fault tolerance

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. Consider a classical application approach where clients invoke remote procedure calls on the server. Now, what happens … Continue reading

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