The Best of the Week (Apr 03): Enterprise Integration Zone
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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (April 03 - April 10). Here they are, in order of popularity:
1. Adopting Microservices: Getting Started with Implementation
Microservices enable architects, developers, and engineers to keep pace with the demand for new app functionality and better performance across distributed experiences and devices. They provide technology that is independent, flexible, resilient, easy to deploy, organizationally aligned, and easily composed.
2. Processing a JSON response with New JavaEE7 JSON-P API
This is an example on how to use the new JSON-P API in JavaEE 7 to consume a REST service that returns a JSON with JsonParser API.
3. Architecting Large Enterprise Java Projects - My Virtual JUG Session
In the past I’ve been building component oriented applications with what I had at hand. Mostly driven by the features available in the Java EE standard to be “portable” and easy to use.
4. What are Nested Classes and Why Do We Need Them?
What are nested classes and why do we need them? Some developers feel that nested class is an extreme violation of nested class. IMO this feature is safe if it is used safely. It is not a violation of encapsulation and does not violate programming principle.
5. Microservices Revisited: An Interview with Adrian Cockcroft
A few months ago on a whim I attended a Cisco-hosted meetup that unbeknownst to me was to have a profound influence on my life. The meetup title was simply "Microservices" and the first speaker up was Adrian Cockcroft.
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