By Richard Rodger
The term microservices invites you to think in terms of services. You are naturally drawn to ask the question, What are the microservices in this system? Resist that temptation. Microservice systems are powerful because they allow you to think in terms of messages. If you take a messages-first approach to your system design, you free yourself from premature implementation decisions. The intended behavior of the system can be described in terms of a language of messages, independent of the underlying microservices that generate and react to those messages.
By Timo Tuominen
In this article we’ll take a quick look at subscriptions in RxJava programming. To see how subscriptions work we’ll take a real-life example of a newspaper subscription.
By Dan Bergh Johnsson, Daniel Deogun, and Daniel Sawano
This article discusses the properties of the model objects known as
entities and how they function inside the domain model. Knowing about
fundamental DDD concepts such as entities is a great way to start your
Secure by Design journey – here is what you need to know to be ready
to dive in.
By Anthony Williams
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By Cornelia Davis