Bio Independent consultant focusing on Microservices, cloud and CD. Wrote Building Microservices, and new book Monolith To Microservices which is out now Location UK Tweets 23,6K Followers 29,2K Following 1,4K Account created 17-05-2007 14:06:38 ID 6108292
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Tweetbot for iΟS : Mark GardnerOReilly Media Thanks Mark! Will look to get these fixed, and make sure the same links aren’t broken in the forthcoming 2nd edition. Just to check, how are you reading the book?
Tweetbot for iΟS : Kushal Pisavadia Plus the 17 different ways you can use the static keyword... I’ve always felt that the other issue is the large variety of different idiomatic styles of C++ that you might find - something that Scala reminds me of
Twitter Web App : In relation to the recent discussions of the relationship between OO concepts and microservices, think of APIs In terms of OO interfaces - one microservice could implement multiple interfaces, but you could also have multiple microservices implement one interface.
Tweetbot for iΟS : Ben HuttonJames Lewis This was more of an admin API - we never built the UI, but it was always going to be a polling process due to the duration the import could take (multiple hours).
Tweetbot for iΟS : Ben Hutton Yup - from memory we used that on a project where we were handling bulk creation. James Lewis may remember more, but it was basically a situation where we were creating/importing large numbers of customers via a csv file.