Archive of "Jeroen Gordijn"

Reactive microservices on the .NET ecosystem?

October 2014, Microsoft partners with Docker to bring containers to developers across the Docker and Windows ecosystems. At the BUILD 2015 conference, Nano servers, which are Windows Servers with a minimal footprint optimized for the cloud will be presented. February 2015, Microsoft open-sources its .NET core. This opens up ASP.NET in its entirety to Linux…

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CQRS and Event Sourcing with Akka Clustering: New Activator Template

We (Trivento) proudly announce that we have released an activator template to describe how you can use Akka (with Scala) to build a distributed application that uses the CQRS (Command Query Responsibility Segregation) & Event Sourcing patterns. An Activator Template is a great way to write a tutorial. There are currently 256 templates which describe various topics. Our template can be found…

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Akka – How to use the Ask pattern

Akka – Ask pattern In Akka you would often like to use some form of request-response. In this blog I will show some how this can be done and what you should think about. Plain tell – tell The easiest way to implement request response is just using tell In the above code the TimeTeller…

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Git – Fastforward en Rebase of merge

Fast forward Stel je hebt een branch gemaakt van master en je wilt deze weer in master opnemen. Wanneer je een merge doet heb je de optie om een fast forward te doen indien mogelijk. Dit kan als er op de master geen commits zijn geweest sinds je de branch gemaakt hebt. Git kan dan…

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What is a self type in Scala?

What is a self type in Scala? In Scala you do not need any fancy framework to do dependecy injection. Scala provides you with the option to mixin traits. When you search the internet how to do dependency injection in Scala you will find terms like traits, mixin, self types and cake pattern. In this…

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