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Joe Duffy - Hello, Pulumi!
Duffy shares his motivations for creating Pulumi, a tool that lets you use, configure, and deploy to various clouds, using real languages.
cloud  architecture  JoeDuffy  deployment  via:torbiak 
june 2018 by campbellr
in which three programming methods are compared - Technomancy
"There are, roughly speaking, three ways to develop large user-facing programs, which we will refer to here as 0) the Unix way, 1) the Emacs way, and 2) the wrong way."
unix  programming  emacs  architecture  via:torbiak 
august 2016 by campbellr
Distributed Erlang
The implementation of distributed erlang
erlang  architecture  design  programming 
april 2016 by campbellr
Your Mouse is a Database - ACM Queue
Erik Meijer steps through the design of ReactiveX, an API for dealing with asynchronous streams of data.
architecture  concurrency  programming  via:torbiak 
september 2015 by campbellr
Monolith First
Successful microservices are (anecdotally) monoliths broken apart once the right system boundaries are defined
microservices  architecture  martin-fowler 
june 2015 by campbellr
Below All the Turtles » Fin
Lamenting on the sorry state of systems software
software  business  architecture 
january 2015 by campbellr
An Introduction To Domain-Driven Design
An excellent introduction to DDD by the author of "Domain Driven Design using Naked Objects", with clear examples, historical context, and discussion of common problems for beginners.
architecture  design  patterns  domain-driven-design  via:torbiak 
december 2014 by campbellr
Code rant: The Lava Layer Anti-Pattern
TL:DR Successive, well intentioned, changes to architecture and technology throughout the lifetime of an application can lead to a fragmented and hard to maintain code base. Sometimes it is better to favour consistent legacy technology over fragmentation.
programming  antipatterns  refactoring  architecture 
december 2014 by campbellr
Small, Sharp Tools — Brandur Leach
Take integration complexity into account when determining tool boundaries.
programming  unix  architecture  via:torbiak 
december 2014 by campbellr
Data, context and interaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Data, context and interaction (DCI) is a paradigm used in computer software to program systems of communicating objects
architecture  patterns  programming 
february 2014 by campbellr
All Things Distributed - All Things Distributed
Werner Vogels' weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems.
blog  distributed  architecture  programming 
december 2013 by campbellr
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