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Microservices, Monoliths and Micromonoliths

On one hand, Martin Fowler mentions that the monoliths should take priority, since going straight into a microservice architecture has been associated with risks.

http://martinfowler.com/bliki/MonolithFirst.html… 40 more words

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Maintaining Quality at Scale - The Airbnb story

A very interesting article explaining how the Airbnb Engineering team went through the growth phase and the learnings all the way through. What were the key actions that contributed to its current success?


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My Top 15 Episodes of Tales from the Crypt!

I’ve mentioned this in many articles before, but my childhood was primarily based around the boob tube. There was TV in the morning before school, TV after school, TV while we sat and ate dinner, and TV in my bedroom before I fell asleep. 3,042 more words


Friday Special : Direct to Review: Robert Zemeckis

The E-Mod 116 Online mission statement says reviews of movies might be about the movie but aslo about what makes the movie a movie. A side from using the word movie too much in that last sentence, we’re proud to present a new feature on the blog, Direct to Review. 605 more words

Movie Reviews

John's Horror Corner: The Vault of Horrors (1973), not quite living up to its Tales from the Crypt prequel, but fun nonetheless.

MY CALL: A decent classic, but a classic may often feel dated. Keep your expectations low and this may be very entertaining.  OTHER HORROR ANTHOLOGIES… 796 more words

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John's Horror Corner: Tales from the Crypt (1972), a truly classic horror anthology.

MY CALL: An excellent and classic anthology featuring some familiar tales.  OTHER HORROR ANTHOLOGIES:  Some other fun, decent and/or clever anthologies include (in order of release date):   762 more words

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