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The Best of the Week (May 30): Enterprise Integration

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The Best of the Week (May 30): Enterprise Integration

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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 (May 30 to June 5). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. Copyright and APIs, Reflecting on Oracle vs Google

The Court Judgement in favor of Oracle in the Oracle v’s Google Java Lawsuit has caused a lot of debate online (CNET, Wired, Vox, GigaOm). Part of the coverage focused on the potential implications for Google. However, the deeper point is that there are collateral effects way beyond a single company.

2. Exploring Message Brokers: RabbitMQ, Kafka, ActiveMQ, and Kestrel

Message brokers are not regularly covered here but are, nonetheless, important web-related technologies. Some time ago, I was asked by one of our customer to review a selection of OSS message brokers and propose a couple of good candidates. The requirements were fairly simple.

3. Dev of the Week: Jakub Holý

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Jakub Holý, solution engineer at Iterate AS in Oslo, Norway.

4. Adding SSE Support in Java EE 8

SSE is a standard used to push server notifications to clients. SSE is often compared to WebSocket as they are both supported in HTML 5 and they both provide the server a way to push information to their clients but they are different too! See here for some of the pros and cons of using one or the other.

5. 3 Simple Techniques to Make APIs Easier to Use and Understand

How many times have you tried to use an API only to find that you had to fill in some ridiculous number of parameters with values that you had no idea about? If you’ve ever done Windows programming and had to call into some of the Win32 APIs, I’m sure you’ve experienced this pain.

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