Choosing my physical and mental well-being over the financial blanket that wrapped me in the warmth of mediocrity was the single most good thing that happened to me last week — I submitted my resignation.
After having worked as a programmer for Corporate Giants for more than a decade I…
The “Early” in the Early retirement movement differs from person to person. Whether one wants to retire in the early 30s or early 40s depends entirely on the personal and financial commitments one has.
In any case, if by retirement one hopes to achieve the freedom to choose the when…
Women understand fashion — A 600 billion dollar industry can vouch for that. Would it then be true to say that all a woman wants is to look beautiful?
I see it as a sales and marketing trap. People and businesses have been selling these picture-perfect images of women all…
While building microservices one would always think of creating a resilient system. Especially when the service has an external dependency to an API or datasource and its availability in the lower environments is questionable.
Another scenario would be when we want to take a different course of action if a…
Spring boot annotations make project configuration very easy and starting a project hassle-free.
But there are times when these annotations are used incorrectly.
Let’s go through a few of them and understand how to use them effectively.
What is Brave?
It’s a browser, just like chrome, firefox, safari, and others. We can browse, watch youtube, read blogs and do everything one would normally do with chrome or other popular browsers.
In this tutorial, we will learn to implement a simple SpringBoot application that implements the CQRS principle.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk through a simple implementation of the hexagonal architecture. Alistair Cockburn proposed this concept in 2005.
This architecture is also called “Ports and Adapters” and “Object Structural”.
We’ll go through the concepts first and then learn the implementation of this architecture using Java.
Hexagonal Architecture defines…