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The high-level design and description of a software system. Architectural design distills away details of implementations, algorithms, and data representation to concentrate on the interaction of "black box" components.

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Let's assume this conceptual scenario: The database is constantly populated with "a ton" of tasks named PleaseSendAnEmail. A scheduler/listener in background is aimed to handle those tasks. Of cours …
asked Mar 11 '14 by Mik378
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Basically, let's suppose an application that manage some user's meetings. I have a filtering zone on a page that aims to specify the category of items I need to specifically return. Suppos …
asked Aug 28 '14 by Mik378
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I have a basic unit test (for the sample) that involves this code: void testShouldCreateACar() { Car car = someone.createFerrari(); assertTrue(car.name == "Ferrari"); // can't access name since …
asked Jun 15 '16 by Mik378
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No matter the programming language is and whatever the database is, the concept should be the same: I have 2 threads, each locking some database entities and inserting new data in database. Let's sup …
asked Aug 13 '14 by Mik378
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I've just read this article, and I'm confused. Let's imagine 1 webapp and 1 distinct application acting as "worker", both sharing the same database. Oh, I said "sharing"..but what does the article w …
asked Mar 5 '14 by Mik378
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I know that best practice is to let everything about authentication/authorization to the service layer. Controller should not be aware of that. But how to let a service (from service layer so) to ch …
asked Nov 15 '15 by Mik378
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TDD is about designing code, guided by tests. Thus, typical layers aren't usually built upfront; they should slightly appear through refactoring steps. Domain-driven design involves a lot of technica …
asked May 29 '16 by Mik378
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Well known is the split of a whole application into several bounded contexts to emerge an Ubiquitous language. while practicing Domain-Driven Design. In general, 1 bounded context = 1 archive file re …
asked Apr 20 '14 by Mik378
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An example of use case when event sourcing is applicable here whose excerpt is: Say, something went wrong in your app and as a result, a user gets blocked for abuse but that user claims to not h …
asked Mar 9 '14 by Mik378
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I'm implementing a mechanism to notify a group of users about newly inserted blog comments. The architecture uses the Redis Pub/Sub mechanism. By definition, the pub/sub mechanism aims to propagate …
asked Jul 1 '14 by Mik378
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I want to build a similar notification mechanism that Facebook handles. I actually store the user's notification in an SQL table (actually it's a graph database but everybody master RDBMS terms). …
asked Jul 12 '14 by Mik378
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In many articles about Rest API's best practices, it is recommended to not depend upon sessions on server side since it leads to a stateful mechanism. I currently use Play 2.2 framework, with a mecha …
asked Nov 29 '13 by Mik378
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I want to enable some real-time notifications about friend's activities (social network). Technical context is: Webapp calling backend (REST API's). Scenario is: Kevin follows Bob. When Bob p …
asked Jul 2 '14 by Mik378
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Let's assume an application that deals with meetings where some users will participate. What is an efficient way to achieve this use case: 3 hours before the meeting should start, one reminder mail s …
asked Dec 9 '14 by Mik378
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In this post, there is: For example, with your own persistence model, you are not able to benefit from the built-in change tracking functionality. And that means you will not be able to implem …
asked Jul 8 '17 by Mik378

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