NOTE: The name of this book has been changed to Advanced Microservices and it has been published through Apress. Based on my recent focus on the world of Microservices I’ve decided to write a new book. The working title is “A Holistic Approach to Microservices” and as you can guess it covers a large amount of… Read more »
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June Microservices Meetup Thursday, Jun 30, 2016, 6:30 PM Google SF345 Spear Street, 7th floor San Francisco, CA 100 Micros Went Hi, everyone! We’re pleased to announce the June meetup for SF Microservices. Thanks again for your many offers to host, speak, and sponsor!This meetup is sponsored by our friends at Google who are generously donating… Read more »
I’m releasing my book under a Creative Commons license. You can view the LaTeX code for it on GitHub (and even submit pull requests), or simply download the PDF here. I’ll add more content to the book as people request it, and hopefully get it published one day.
Some friends and I are working on a project called CodePlanet.IO. It’ll be a high-quality tutorials website, and we plan on eventually releasing screencasts of full-stack development using various web-related technologies. Our first big post is an article of mine on the Principles of good RESTful API Design. You might not have realized it, but I’ve… Read more »
Advanced REST Client Application Chrome Plugin: This is a Google Chrome plugin for simulating GET, POST, DELETE, PUT, etc. requests for your REST framework. Allows you to set multiple header settings, upload files, and handles different form encoding types.
I’d first like to show you an oversimplified analogy: Lets say that you work for a company, and you produce shapes, depending of course on what the market desires. When you first come to market, you see that people want things that roll. So, you build a circle. It rolls all around, and your customers… Read more »
This is a great presentation on building RESTful APIs. I try to find it whenever a discussion about REST happens, since it is full of useful information, so I embedded it on my website to make the search easier. The presentation itself is from PHPDAY, but the information it provides is really platform independent.