Data Consistency in Microservice Using Sagas
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Chris Richardson discusses messaging, durability, and reliability in microservice architectures leveraging the Saga Pattern. He shows how sagas work and how they differ from traditional transactions, and describes how to use sagas to develop business logic in a microservices application. He also describes the design of a saga framework for Java and shows a sample application.
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(3) Rails Anti Patterns How Not to Design your Database - Brad Urani, Procore - YouTube
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When designing a database for your Ruby on Rails application, what looks like the best solution can be a trap. Join us as we expose these database anti-patte...
Why your programmers just want to code – Maker to Manager – Medium
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When I interviewed Jamie for a position at ZenTech, he seemed like an enthusiastic engineer. With solid tech skills, ideas for process and product improvement, and a great team attitude, he was the…
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