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The Loosely Coupled Show is where James Hickey and Derek Comartin share their strongly held opinions about topics relating to software architecture and design: HTTP REST design, asynchronous messaging patterns, distributed systems, microservices, SOA, Domain-driven design, etc.

From time-to-time, we chat with industry experts who have specific specializations within the field of software development & design.

The Loosely Coupled Show James Hickey

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The Loosely Coupled Show is where James Hickey and Derek Comartin share their strongly held opinions about topics relating to software architecture and design: HTTP REST design, asynchronous messaging patterns, distributed systems, microservices, SOA, Domain-driven design, etc.

From time-to-time, we chat with industry experts who have specific specializations within the field of software development & design.

    Caching Pro-Tip: DON'T. Caching is difficult.

    Caching Pro-Tip: DON'T. Caching is difficult.

    James Hickey

    https://twitter.com/jamesmh_dev

    https://www.jamesmichaelhickey.com/



    Derek Comartin

    https://twitter.com/codeopinion

    https://codeopinion.com

    • 29 Min.
    Microservices: Consistency or Availability?

    Microservices: Consistency or Availability?

    We talk a bit about CAP Theorem in regards to Microservices.  When partitions occur, do systems lean towards Consistency or Availability? With autonomy, should you even care?



    James Hickey

    https://twitter.com/jamesmh_dev

    https://www.jamesmichaelhickey.com/



    Derek Comartin

    https://twitter.com/codeopinion

    https://codeopinion.com

    • 15 Min.
    Organizing Code by Features

    Organizing Code by Features

    James Hickey

    https://twitter.com/jamesmh_dev

    https://www.jamesmichaelhickey.com/



    Derek Comartin

    https://twitter.com/codeopinion

    https://codeopinion.com

    • 18 Min.
    Should I Learn a Functional Programing Language (F#)?

    Should I Learn a Functional Programing Language (F#)?

    James Hickey

    https://twitter.com/jamesmh_dev

    https://www.jamesmichaelhickey.com/



    Derek Comartin

    https://twitter.com/codeopinion

    https://codeopinion.com

    • 16 Min.
    Event Modeling with Adam Dymitruk

    Event Modeling with Adam Dymitruk

    Event Modeling is a method of describing systems using an example of how information has changed within them over time. Specifically this omits transient details and looks at what is durably stored and what the user sees at any particular point in time. These are the events on the timeline that form the description of the system.



    Adam Dymitruk

    https://twitter.com/adymitruk

    https://www.adaptechgroup.com/

    https://eventmodeling.org/



    James Hickey

    https://twitter.com/jamesmh_dev

    https://www.jamesmichaelhickey.com/



    Derek Comartin

    https://twitter.com/codeopinion

    https://codeopinion.com

    • 41 Min.
    Events Everywhere! Different Type of Events in a Distributed System

    Events Everywhere! Different Type of Events in a Distributed System

    Just saying "event" doesn't mean much without context.  There's so many meanings and how you can use events in a distributed system.  Domain Events, Integration Events, Event Sourcing, Thin Events, Fat Events, Event Carried State Transfer.... the list goes on.



    James Hickey

    https://twitter.com/jamesmh_dev

    https://www.jamesmichaelhickey.com/



    Derek Comartin

    https://twitter.com/codeopinion

    https://codeopinion.com

    • 21 Min.

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