In this interview, Derick speaks with Jimmy Bogard – Chief Architect of Software Development at Headspring and blogger with LosTechies.com – about Sagas and workflow patterns in messaging. It’s an exploration of how to coordinate larger, more complex processes through messaging systems, with the goal of knowing where everything is in the flow of the system.
In this episode, Derick talks with Alvaro Videla, a Developer Advocate and core team member of RabbitMQ. The discussion centers around the RabbitMQ community, the core of RabbitMQ and the stability and performance that make RabbitMQ incredibly reliable and fast.
In this interview, Derick talks to Aria Stewart, a software developer formerly at PayPal on the Kraken.js team. They delve into her talk, “Design for Retry: Microservices, REST, message busses and why idempotency is the only way to scale,” that she gave at Nodevember 2015 to discuss message queuing with services like RabbitMQ and Gearman.
In this episode, Derick talks with Anders Ljusberg – a long-time employee of Thomas Cook in Stockholm, Sweden. This conversation is a dive into CQRS; what it is, what it can do for developers in building large-scale systems that need to grow with the number of features and number of users, and how all of that […]
Now that you have your application split out in to services, communicating through RabbitMQ, you need to know how to handle errors in the back-end code. What happens when the code throws an error and the processes crashes? How do you recover from that? With RabbitMQ, this is easier than you might think. And by […]
Having your long running processes run in the background is a powerful feature that will make your users happy and your website very fast. But it may not be enough to have the process running in the background where no one knows if it is still working. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a […]