Learn how to build simple yet powerful RPC code with ZeroMQ, with very few (if any!) modification to existing code. You'll see how to build fan-in and fan-out topologies with ZeroMQ special socket types to implement PUB/SUB patterns
There is a real convergence occurring, one that sees a new breed of organization, a changing environment within which those organizations operate, and a new type of demand upon those within the organization tasked with delivering the business needs.
Almost all the implementation I see today are based on OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile. Of course its an RFC proposed standard today. OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token profile brings a simplified scheme for authentication. This specification describes how to use bearer tokens in HTTP requests to access OAuth 2.0 protected resources.
In a previous post I described how you can configure an ActiveMQ connection-factory as datasource in Tomcat. Although this works great in a deployed Mule application you can’t use this technique in your unit tests! So in this post I describe how we set up our test environment.
Many posts have been written on this subject (overwhelmingly many) but I just wanted to contribute my two-cents and write a short post about how I use the Fluent Object Creation pattern or object builders in Java to instantiate Value Objects.
Mozilla Unveils Firefox OS, Portal 2 levels become a test for engineers, Cyber War is raging, and all the NewSQL you thought had ACID guarantees, actually don't. Plus a lot more fun stuff in this curated link list.