Don’t Take Micro-Services Off-Road

Any attempts at nano-services, trying to deploy micro-services manually, using them because they are trendy without real need, or re-using them between multiple systems will result in a disappointment we don’t really need at the moment.

Micro-Services for Dysfunctional Teams

Update: I have received a ton of feedback on this post, and some of the well meaning criticism is concerned with the term 'dysfunctional', considering it a bit 'judgy' from somebody that is supposed to help these same teams. Apart from yielding a catchy title, Hacker News reader was spot on when he declared my... Continue Reading →

Full Stack Toronto Conference 2014

We at IBM are not strangers to large, well capitalized conferences. As things go in the conference-industrial complex, it is a big deal when one of your keynote speakers is Kevin Spacey, or Imagine Dragons entertain you after hours. So to say that the first Full Stack Toronto Conference was on the opposite side of... Continue Reading →

HA All The Things

I hate HA (High Availability). Today everything has to be highly available. All of the sudden SA (Standard Availability) isn't cutting it any more. Case in point: I used to listen to music on my way to work. Not any more - my morning meeting schedule intrudes into my ride, forcing me to participate in... Continue Reading →

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