As many other developers, I’ve been used to the fat service layer and the anemic domain model of the transaction script pattern. In that programming model, immutability is pretty much as rare as a Dodo. However, I have been investigating the rich domain model pattern lately (as you can read in my previous post) and [...]
Applications have to run in high-consequence environments. They have to serve hundreds of thousands of users 24 / 7. Our clients spend millions in hard- and software and highly depend on the revenue generated by these applications. Unnecessary outage of these application is fatal.
Software Architects play an important role in setting up an architecture [...]
Does the name dihydromonoxide sound in any way familiar to you? It should (really, it should). Try googling it (here, I’ll make it easy for you). If and when you do google it, you will be informed by all sorts of sites of the various properties and dangers of this chemical compound. This one, for [...]