From monolith to microservices – to migrate or not to migrate?
Microservices is architectural style focused on speed of software development understood as number of functionalities created within time ...
Building Microservices with Micronaut
Speed of feature delivery is the key property of microservice-based architectures. We use this architectural style to deliver ...
Java and Blockchain – how to combine these two in business application?
The following article is the continuation of the topic related to blockchain technology which we started from presenting ...
MVP in Insurance
A minimum viable product (MVP) has just enough features to satisfy early customers and can provide feedback for ...
PWAs are back and you should be happy too
Mobile experience started with WAP in 1999, slow GPRS connections, tiny screens and weak mobile CPUs. ...
Microservice architecture is a way to decompose large monolithic applications into loosely coupled components, each responsible for specific, ...
The week after Microsoft BUILD and Google IO 2018
Cloud Both companies introduced dozens of new services for their customers in Azure and Google Cloud. The most ...
Azure Functions and Java – in a zone far far away from comfort
Why Azure? Microsoft has recently become number one cloud provider in the world (results of 2017) and many ...
APIs in the real world – overshadowed by hype, part I – performance
What you hear all the time Security in the context of public APIs is typically well recognized problem ...
“Innovative approach to bancassurance – vision of tomorrow”
How insurance companies can become innovative ‘Innovation’ is a term very fashionable and misunderstood nowadays. Insurers seeing this ...
Objective-C in eyes of .NET developer
Objective-C in the eyes of the C# developer We have all used or at least heard of Apple’s ...