Geospatial Software Development – The Geometries

Featured image credit to OpenStreetMap contributors, full copyright information available here. For the past few years I've been working in the Geospatial domain, developing various Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Although some consider GIS a bit of a dark art, and although in some ways they're right, it's actually fairly straight forward to get to grips with the … Continue reading Geospatial Software Development – The Geometries

Takeaways from QCon London 2017 – Day 3

QCon London 2017

Here's day 3. Day 1 can be found here and Day 2 can be found here. The Talks Avoiding Alerts Overload From Microservices with Sarah Wells How to Backdoor Invulnerable Code with Josh Schwartz Spotify's Reliable Event Delivery System with Igor Maravic Event Sourcing on the JVM with Greg Young Using FlameGraphs To Illuminate The JVM with Nitsan Wakart This … Continue reading Takeaways from QCon London 2017 – Day 3

Takeaways from QCon London 2017 – Day 2

QCon London 2017

Now for day 2. If you haven't caught up with Day 1 check it out here, Day 3 can be found here. The Talks Deliver Docker Container Continuously in AWS with Philipp Garbe Continuous Delivery the Hard Way with Kubernetes with Luke Marsden Low Latency Trading Architecture at LMAX Exchange with Sam Adams Why We Chose Erlang Over VS. … Continue reading Takeaways from QCon London 2017 – Day 2

Takeaways from QCon London 2017 – Day 1

QCon London 2017

As a longtime reader of InfoQ, QCon has always been on my radar. In its 11th year, I managed to attend QCon London. For those that haven't heard of QCon, it's a top-notch software development conference, held all around the world. It's spread over three days with each day broken into tracks. Each track has a … Continue reading Takeaways from QCon London 2017 – Day 1