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Event Sourcing – Does it make sense for your business?

Reading Time: 5 minutes You would always get a ton of literature on Event Sourcing and CQRS. The key question is WHEN do you use it? Under what circumstances? Is your problem really in need of ES? I would not go into the details of what Event Sourcing and CQRS is. The industry stalwarts have covered that in adequate detail. This post delves into battle-tested scenarios on where we Continue Reading

How to audit DC/OS Services?

Reading Time: 4 minutes DC/OS is a distributed systems kernel that lets you manage multiple machines as if they were a single computer. Its included web interface facilitates user to interact with its services. Now, this is where it gets quite messy to keep track of the users who are interacting with the services running in the cluster. It is the responsibility of the cluster-admin to keep track and Continue Reading

Using CodeShip with CodeDeploy

Reading Time: 5 minutes What is CodeShip ? CodeShip is a hosted continuous delivery service that focuses on speed, simplicity and reliability. It is a fast and secure hosted CI service that scales as per user’s needs. CodeShip was founded in 2011, and pretty soon it became one amongst the Saas Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery leader in the market. CodeShip is now backed by a larger company with Continue Reading

Playing with Jenkinsfile

Reading Time: 7 minutes Jenkins – Introduction Jenkins is an open-source automation server that is used to automate all sorts of tasks related to building, testing, and delivering, or even deploying software. CD pipelines refers to the process of getting the application / software from the source control and delivering it to end-users.Few of the features of Jenkins that make it the first choice for a user are : Continue Reading

Things we have in data class and class

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello everyone, today I am talking about the data class and simple class in the kotlin. So in order to do that I will simply differentiate between them and when we should use which class. We frequently create classes whose main purpose is to hold data. In such a class some standard functionality and utility functions are often mechanically derivable from the data. In Kotlin, Continue Reading

Pre-Trade Messages

Reading Time: 2 minutes Submitting an order is not an easy task. It becomes handy when some information is known in advance to decide the order details that needs to be submitted. This is where pre-trade messages come in place. They help to retrieve the information about the securities and market conditions. This can help the broker or the trader to make sure if they have sufficient funding or Continue Reading

Java 11: Lambda Expression and String functions

Reading Time: 3 minutes Java 11 comes up with a lot of new features, thus easing out the life of a programmer. In this blog, I will discuss some of them. First and foremost great news about java 11, we need not to compile the java source file using command javac. A java program can now easily run using java command as the compilation happens implicitly. Lambda Parameter Syntax: Continue Reading

Enhance code quality using `matches` macro! in Rust

Reading Time: 3 minutes Code quality is one of the most important aspects of the programming world. It impacts our overall software quality and impacts how safe, secure, and reliable our codebase is.Code quality is not only to perform efficiently but also to make code more readable. In this article, we’ll try to get details of the matches macro, and we will also see the scenarios where we can Continue Reading

Scala 3 Survey: Help Us Modernize the experience of Scala by taking the part in the Survey

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hey, Scala community! The future of technology is incredibly complex. Dotty Project or Scala 3 is on the horizon, and Knoldus wants to explore new directions that will benefit and excite technology users. The purpose of this brief survey is to find out what is your experience as a developer, your expectations for Scala 3, and your view on the future of Scala.  Knoldus is Continue Reading

Introduction to Scanamo Version – 1.0.0-M11

Reading Time: 2 minutes Scanamo Scanamo is a library to make use of DynamoDB with Scala. In this blog, we are going to work on latest version 1.0.0-M11 So, let’s get it started- 1. Add Library Dependencies: – Setup sbt project and add these library dependencies 2. Setup application.conf: – Create application.conf file and place it inside the src\main\resources\ 3. Create Case Class And DAO: – Create case class Continue Reading

Introduction to Akka Http

Reading Time: 2 minutes Akka Http The Akka HTTP modules implement a full server- and client-side HTTP stack on top of akka-actor and akka-stream. You can read more in-depth about akka-http from here. Here, we are going to use Intellij for the project setup and Scala as a programming language. The steps are as follows:- 1. Importing library dependencies 2. Creating User case class We are going to create Continue Reading

Introduction to Alpakka DynamoDB

Reading Time: 3 minutes Alpakka DynamoDB This AWS DynamoDB connector provides a flow for streaming DynamoDB requests, using Akka stream and AWS java DynamoDB SDK. And in this blog, we are going to work on version 1.1.2 So, let’s get it started- 1. Add Library Dependencies: – Setup sbt project and add these library dependencies in build.sbt 2. Setup application.conf: – Create application.conf file and place it inside the Continue Reading