The idea is to use our experience of things and make it better, Do It Differently. We often time forget that and what we end up doing is exactly what we did last time – the same good things, the same mistakes.
Guess what – you are stuck with it. So you can chose to let the underlying system handle it or you can chose to dictate how your traffic should flow.
Do not let the illusion of control dictate the performance. Be the one who needs to control and manage the traffic
We sacrifice the art of writing good and performant code for the short term gains of improving developer productivity.
Annotations can be powerful but only when used to add context and information to the code. But trying to configure your application with them is nothing less that a crime.
When you have to spend hours and hours and mostly on night, weekends and your anniversaries you ask yourself what could I have done better during development to make this all go easy on me.
Thread Dumps are you best friend when a production application (Java) crashes and if you can enable it to tell you something about the application then thats something. Here I have explained how and have included a bunch of Java Code you can reuse.
Of course, eventually with many fixes over time you will eradicate a lot of cases that led to failures but it would have taken you so long and the reputation that the brand holds do dear is already damaged. You can chose to design for High Availability or you can chose to be just like Indian Railways – always delayed and always cancelled – a perspective that will i don’t think will ever be fixed no matter what they do.
Can a technology like Angular be used in the world of a CMS to solve the process problems where it just takes too long to get HTMLs from Site Developers into CQ’s templates and that too with a degree of quality that we are expected to deliver. This article lays down the foundation of what the challenges are and how it has started to impact our day to day life. The answer is not that simple, but at the looks of it, it seems we are using a technology to solve for a problem which is actually a people or a process problem. You can of course introduce a new component in the mix, but I still believe until people are ready to change, this new component wont do shit.
To sum it up in plain english – Not a lot of rope to hang off of; very little use cases to use and not exciting me as much.
For anything that is enterprise or platform(ish), I won’t go for this. The technical overhead that this framework and what it solves for is not worth the ROI of managing another framework. If I’d come across strongly types content-types, I would consider to use this. The ultimate tie breaker would be how how many of the content-types need to be displayed “as-is”. If all i had to show are several compositions of data (search or what have you) maybe not. But, definitely something to consider
CQ54 is not a a typical RDBMS where I can model a set of relationships in table and soon a pretty picture starts to present itself. CQ54 stores everything in its content repository (CRX) as nodes which follow an entirely different data model i.e. Hierarchical Structure. My experience with hierarchical databases has been with day…
Project start is the time when is most critical and single-handedly decide the fate of the project. That is the time when we are preparing ourselves for a journey, and how well prepared decides: When we reach out destination – on time or late In what condition we reach – as expected or all burnt…
In enterprise world, where performance holds the key to everything; the Concurrency patterns bring to table a very interesting and effective solution. One specific pattern Producer and Consumer allow us to write programs with high throughput and get the job done much quickly. This pattern provides us a solution for a common problem where we have to migrate data form System 1 to System 2 and in the process we need to do three tasks: Load data from Database based on groups, Process and Update the records back