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Implementing a pattern for maintaining changes of an entity over time?

I'm designing a system that acts as a master data service for what I shall here call boxes. The system is to be implemented in Java with a relational database (SQL) as the main storage. Each box has a ...
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What is the difference between pluralism and counterimplementation?

The paper in question is Peter Keen's "Information Systems and Organizational Change". This is considered a classic paper in software engineering, I'm studying it right now for a retrospective on a ...
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What does this mean? “Up-and-In evades the problem by [see body]; it fails completely if consensus is not impossible”

The paper in question is Peter Keen's "Information Systems and Organizational Change". This is considered a classic paper in software engineering, I'm studying it right now for a retrospective on a ...
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universally understood file-diff format

I've always assumed that the output from diff (typically "unified", whether or not it's colorized) is universally understood among most if not all text-based language programmers. Whether it's used ...
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Handle changes to completed user stories

How can I handle change requests to already finished user-stories? Let's say there is a user story which describes how the user wants to list entities. The story describes further: which ...
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How to divert IP traffic of 1 site to test new code before deploying

We have a number of IoT devices that communicate over TCP/IP to a server. Once connected, the server can then talk to the device, get data or send down commands. The server accepts incoming ...
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Database change automation for CI?

Our application stack looks something like Java 8 out of Tomcat 7, several distinct Postgres databases, Maven for build and Jenkins for CI. I have fully automated my team's build process using except ...
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Are the benefits of using an incremental implementation approach acknowledged in the choice of roll out strategy?

Today we have vendors selling cloud based enterprise systems which an organization can lease and also configure and customize to fit the organisations needs. Even if there is work in performing ...
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How to recognize consumers in AMQP architecture

I'm doing an project where I'm using a microservice architecture. All the services within this architecture communicate with each other using an AMQP broker (RabbitMQ). When something happens in a ...
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Structuring git repository as a 'catch-all'

I have a really old install of Debian on my Thinkpad, and I want to refresh it now that I'm using it again. However, I have a LOT of old scripts all over this install for beauty fixes, shortcuts, and ...
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How to prevent changes to an internal API from breaking other projects?

We have like 20 - 30 independent modules/solutions. Each of these has about 7 - 10 projects with different classes, components, etc. These are all used internal to our company. Our problem is when ...
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IBM Jazz: what are Streams?

I'm trying to make sense of IBM Jazz. I'm trying to figure out what it is, and what it isn't. "Streams" have been giving me trouble. From IBM's online library: The stream is similar in concept ...