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A Guide to Rules Engines for IoT: Flow Processing Engines
Published: 4 months ago
What Are Flow Processing Engines? Flow-based programming is a programming paradigm that defines applications as networks of "black-box" processes. These processes, a.k.a functions, are represented as nodes that exchange data across
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Java for Serverless: Ahead-of-Time Compilation With Micronaut and GraalVM
Published: 4 months ago
The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is designed for optimal performance in long-running processes, i.e. application servers, without any specific requirement for fast startup times. Although performant on long-running
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Formatting Strings With Python
Published: 4 months ago
Going through the official Python documentation , you find out that the language offers fouroptions to format strings. It is one of the rare contradiction with the Zen of Python that
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Configuring Microservices With MicroProfile and Kubernetes
Published: 4 months ago
As defined in the Twelve-Factor-App, it's important for cloud-native applications to store configuration externally, rather than in the code since this makes it possible to deploy applications to different environments.
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Serverless Message Queues and How to Leverage the Best
Published: 4 months ago
Even long before serverless was born, message queues had been a popular weapon in the arsenal of software developers and architects to integrate software systems. First, when there were large
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Entity Framework Core 3.0 and SQL Server Performance Optimization, Part 1: Parameters Sniffing
Published: 4 months ago
Many developers are complaining that the Entity Framework is not fast or it has a lack of performance. Subsequently, I have investigated the problem to find a root. In most
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Squircle Perimeter and the Isoparametric Problem With Python
Published: 4 months ago
If you have a fixed length of rope and you want to enclose the most area inside the rope, make it into a circle. This is the solution to the
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Testing Small Scale Scrum in the real world
Published: 4 months ago
Scrum is built on the three pillars of inspection, adaptation, and transparency. Our empirical research is really the starting point in bringing scrum, one of the most popular agile implementations,
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Managed, enabled, empowered: 3 dimensions of leadership in an open organization
Published: 4 months ago
"Empowerment" seems to be the latest people management buzzword. And it's an important consideration for open organizations, too. After all, we like to think these open organizations thrive when the
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Be your own certificate authority
Published: 4 months ago
The Transport Layer Security (TLS) model, which is sometimes referred to by the older name SSL, is based on the concept of certificate authorities (CAs). These authorities are trusted by
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Google challenges AWS with open-source support
Published: 4 months ago
By furthering its open-source company friendships, Google is making it clear they're much more open-source friendly than Amazon Web Services.
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Even if you open a file with GUID, you can still get its name, or at least one of its names
Published: 4 months ago
GetFinalPathByHandle works even for files opened by ID. The post Even if you open a file with GUID, you can still get its name, or at least one of its names
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A Love Letter to Rust Macros
Published: 4 months ago
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Hashing a File in Elixir
Published: 4 months ago
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