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Episode 226: Eric Evans on Domain-Driven Design at 10 Years

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Episode 226: Eric Evans on Domain-Driven Design at 10 Years

Eberhard Wolff talks with Eric Evans, the founder of domain-driven design (DDD), about its impact after 10 years. DDD consists of domain-modelling patterns; it has established itself as a sound approach for designing systems with complex requirements. The show covers an introduction to DDD, how the community’s understanding of DDD has changed in the last […]

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Episode 225: Brendan Gregg on Systems Performance

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Episode 225: Brendan Gregg on Systems Performance

Senior performance architect and author of *Systems Performance* Brendan Gregg talks with Robert Blumen about systems performance: how the hardware and OS layers affect application behavior. The discussion covers the scope of systems performance, systems performance in the software life cycle, the role of performance analysis in architecture, methodologies for solving performance problems, dynamic tracing […]

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Episode 224: Sven Johann and Eberhard Wolff on Technical Debt

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Episode 224: Sven Johann and Eberhard Wolff on Technical Debt

In this episode, Sven Johann and Eberhard Wolff talk about technical debt and how to handle it. They begin by defining external and internal quality and then talk about technical debt as a metaphor for discussing quality with management. They then consider whether technical debt is bad and how to handle it by using Eric […]

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Episode 223: Joram Barrez on the Activiti Business Process Management Platform

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Episode 223: Joram Barrez on the Activiti Business Process Management Platform

Josh Long talks to Activiti cofounder Joram Barrez about the wide world of (open source) workflow engines, the Activiti BPMN2 engine, and what workflow implies when you’re building process-driven applications and services. Joram was originally a contributor to the jBPM project with jBPM founder Tom Baeyens at Red Hat. He cofounded Activiti in 2010 at […]

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Episode 222: Nathan Marz on Real-Time Processing with Apache Storm

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Episode 222: Nathan Marz on Real-Time Processing with Apache Storm

Nathan Marz is the creator of Apache Storm, a real-time streaming application. Storm does for stream processing what Hadoop does for batch processing. The project began when Nathan was working on aggregating Twitter data using a queue-and-worker system he had designed. Many companies use Storm, including Spotify, Yelp, WebMD, and many others. Jeff and Nathan […]

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