Don’t worry, Heimdall will watch over all your microservices.

TL;DR : I wrote a service registry tool, named Heimdall, go and fork it! Long version: almost every time I am working on a piece of code I get stuck on something and after a while I get new ideas for new projects. This may lead to a huge number of useless git repos, each one […]

Command Handlers return values in CQRS

I have recently came across this very interesting blog post by Jimmy Bogard ( the guy behind Mediatr, if you don’t know him). Talking about CQRS, he makes a good point about how the user should be informed of the result of a Command execution. Should the Command Handler return a value? Should the Command […]

Data pagination with NodeJS and React

TL;DR: here’s the link to the GitHub repo. Some time ago, in one of my articles I showed a way to paginate your data using WebAPI on the server and AngularJS on client-side. Funnily enough I wrote that post exactly two years ago, I just noticed it while writing this. Well, turns out a lot […]

CQRS: on Commands and Validation

Let’s have a quick discussion about CQRS. There’s a lot to say to be honest, so let’s try to focus on just one thing today: validating your Commands (who knows, I could start a series after this, we’ll see). The idea is simple: how can I make sure that the data I am passing to […]

Dell Limerick Hackathon 2016

Hi everybody! Last January we had an Hackathon here @ Dell Limerick, the main theme was “office productivity”, aka “how would you improve your and your coworker’s productivity”. I was in a team with other 4 very smart guys, didn’t won but all in all it was a terrific experience…two days straight of brainstorming and […]

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