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[kennybastani.com] Building Event-driven Microservices Using CQRS and Serverless

In this post, we’ll explore how to implement the CQRS pattern in microservices. We’ll also dive into why serverless is a natural fit for these kinds of systems.

Solutions @ GOTO Berlin 2016: Day 2

In the Solutions track at GOTO Berlin 2016, speakers shared best practices with insights on the latest advancements from proven...

Privacy and Security @ GOTO Berlin 2016

The whole world is connected through IoT, so we need to have a closer look into security, especially in these...

Herding Cats: The Human Factor @ GOTO Berlin 2016

Time to face the facts: Humans are here to stay. We’ve got to learn to deal with them. No matter...

Delivering Systems @ GOTO Berlin 2016

Implementing systems is one thing – but continuously delivering them into production and providing the needed reliability might even be...

Data @ GOTO Berlin 2016

We are surrounded by tons of data. Our software is collecting massive data that needs to be put into a...

Solutions @ GOTO Berlin 2016: Day 1

In ever-competitive markets, to have the coolest company or product is highest on most CEO’s wish lists. Whether your launching...

Modern Web Frontends @ GOTO Berlin 2016

The Modern Web Frontends track at GOTO Berlin 2016 focused on modern web development practices, without putting any particular framework,...

IT and Society @ GOTO Berlin 2016

It seems like 250 years of progress has happened in tech in just the last 25 years! What the hell...

Architecture Today @ GOTO Berlin 2016

Software architecture has been lately reduced to “Microservices”. It’s time to broaden the scope again because there is no single...

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