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Bilgin Ibryam
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A software craftsman riding Apache Camel at Red Hat
A software craftsman riding Apache Camel at Red Hat

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Cryptocurrencies with Bus Factor of One
The Bus Factor As defined by Wikipedia, the bus factor is a measurement of the risk resulting from capabilities not being shared among members of an endeavour "in case they get hit by a bus". When looking at cryptocurrencies and trying to predict which one ...
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Spreading Freedom with Mainframe
The value of freedom Freedom is one of these intrinsic human values that are not appreciated until lost. But how do you measure freedom and how important is it for you? Let me tell you my story. I was born in an ex-communist country in eastern Europe where ...
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Free Employee Scheduling Application with OptaPlanner and Apache Isis
Here, I want to briefly talk about two open source projects I love playing with. OptaPlanner is a constraint solver. It optimises business resource planning use cases, such as Vehicle Routing, Employee Rostering , Cloud Optimization, Task Assignment, Job Sc...
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Which Camel DSL to Choose and Why?
(This post was originally published on Red Hat Developers, the community to learn, code, and share faster. To read the original post, click here .) Apache Camel is a powerful integration library that provides mainly three things: lot’s of integration connec...
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Rapid SEMAT Application Development with Apache Isis
TL;DR This post talks about a SEMAT pet project I created using Apache Isis and deployed to OpenShift Online here http://semat.ofbizian.com Apache Isis As a Java developer who is working primarily on backend systems, I hate do not enjoy creating user interf...
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Hexagonal Architecture as a Natural fit for Apache Camel
(This post was originally published on Red Hat Developers, the community to learn, code, and share faster. To read the original post, click here .) There are architectures and patterns that look cool on a paper, and there are ones that are good in practice....
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Short Retry vs Long Retry in Apache Camel
(This post was originally published on Red Hat Developers, the community to learn, code, and share faster. To read the original post, click here .) Camel Design Patterns book describes 20 patterns and numerous tips and best practices for designing Apache Ca...
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Bet on a Cloud Native Ecosystem, not a Platform
This is a small extract from a longer post I published at The New Stack. Check the original post here .   Recently I wrote about “ The New Distributed Primitives for Developers ” provided by cloud-native platforms such as Kubernetes and how these primitives...
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Fighting Service Latency in Microservices with Kubernetes
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learn, code, and share faster. To read the original post, click here .) CPU and network speed have increased significantly in the last decade, as well as memory and disk sizes. Bu...
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It takes more than a Circuit Breaker to create a resilient application
(This post was originally published on Red Hat Developers, the community to learn, code, and share faster. To read the original post, click here .) Topics such as application resiliency, self-healing, antifragility are my area of interest. I've been trying ...
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