The first time I heard about Conway’s law, I was amazed; it is not common to view a “law” in software development. I don’t want to enter into a naming discussion, but this awakened my interest. So let see what it is all about.
Have a lot of fun.
April 29, 2021
Publisher Subscriber and Event Streaming patterns
December 29, 2020
I want to talk about two typical models for working with events in an event driven architecture. These are the Publisher Subscriber (pub/sub) and Event Streaming pattern. Both have the same purpose: to communicate between different software artifacts using messages so they have similarities but also has its own characteristics.
MiddlewareFilter asp .net core
April 9, 2020
One of my favourites features of ASP .NET Core compared to ASP .NET is the application pipeline or request pipeline. The request pipeline allows you to specify what should be executed when an HTTP request arrives. The idea is simple when an HTTP request is processed, the middlewares are executed in order. Each middleware has the responsibility to call the next middleware in the pipeline or do not call it, short-circuiting the pipeline. This is a powerful way to configure the behaviour of your application.
Finishing My Gsoc Project
August 17, 2016
GSoC is near to finish, and my project its finished too. Only missing some reviews in the submit request. Its expected that it will be released in a Tumbleweed snapshot in few days. But if you don’t want to wait to try it, you can install it from the YaST Head repository. As I say in every post about the GSoC project you can see the code on Github.
Opensuse Conference 2016
July 15, 2016
Few weeks ago, I attended to the OpenSUSE conference in Nuremberg. I arrived on Tuesday 21, with time to go to the pre-conference party. Where I met GSoC students Ana and Rishabh, also I was talking with one of my mentors, Ancor and met some of his coworkers. I also drank my first German beer.
An Initial Version of Gsoc Project
July 1, 2016
After one month working on my Google Summer of Code project, I’m writing this post to inform about the current status of the project. If you want to know more about my project such as a description of the project and a short presentation of myself, you can read my previous post and view the code on github.
My Gsoc Project With Opensuse
May 30, 2016
Hello openSUSE community, my name is Joaquín (my nickname is jyeray), I’m from Canary Islands, Spain. And here you can see my Github. I am studying Software Engineering at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. I’m an enthusiast of free software and GNU/Linux, I have tasted many GNU/Linux distributions but when I install openSUSE … I love it!.