Angular.js 2.0, Index Investing and Micro-Services

Now here is somebody with all her eggs in one basket, literarily. I used it to illustrate what index investing tries to avoid. I thought of index investing while reading the bitter and often hilarious reactions to the announced changes in Angular.js 2.0 on Reddit. I also thought about my experience with Google services. Watch me tie all […] Mind the Gap

Welcome to our regular edition of ‘ version 1.0 watch’ or ‘Making sure Guillermo Rauch is busy working on 1.0 instead of whatever he does to pay the rent that does nothing for me’. I am happy to inform you that 1.0 is now available, with the new logo and everything. Nice job! […]

Micro-service APIs With Some Swag (part 2)

Read part 1 of the article. Last week I delved into the problem of presenting a unified API doc from a distributed system composed of micro-services. In the second installment, we will get our hands dirty with help of Swagger by Wordnik. A quick recap: the problem we are trying to solve is how to […]

Micro-service APIs With Some Swag (part 1)

Every aspect of the API matters to some Client. Jim des Rivieres, Evolving Eclipse APIs It is fascinating that the quote above is 14 years old now. It was coined by the Benevolent Dictator of Eclipse APIs Jim des Rivieres in the days when we defined how Eclipse Platform APIs were to be designed and […]

SoundCloud is Reading My Mind

“Bad artists copy. Good artists steal.” – Pablo Picasso It was bound to happen. In the ultra-connected world, things are bound to feed off of each other, eventually erasing differences, equalizing any differential in electric potentials between any two points. No wonder the weirdest animals can be found on islands (I am looking at you, Australia). […]

REST and MQTT: Yin and Yang of Micro-Service APIs

It seemed that the worst was over – I haven’t heard a single new portmanteau of celebrity names in a while (if you exclude ‘Shamy’ which is a super-couple name of Sheldon and Amy from The Big Bang Theory but being a plot device, I don’t think it counts). Then when I researched for this […]