Understanding the Saga Pattern - Process Orchestration vs. Choreography

Decoding the Saga - Strategic Transaction Management in Modern Applications

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In the realm (I think I say ‘realm’ a lot) of enterprise solution architecture, ensuring reliable and consistent transactions across multiple services or applications is a significant challenge. The saga pattern is a powerful solution to this problem, providing a way to manage distributed transactions without relying on things like... [Read More]

Steering Clear of Event Hell - Best Practices for Event-Driven Architecture

Mastering Event-Driven Architecture - Essential Practices to Prevent Overcomplexity and Align with Business Goals.

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Event-driven architecture (EDA) has become a cornerstone of modern application design, praised for its scalability and responsiveness. However, poorly managed EDA can lead to what is ominously referred to as “event hell,” where the complexity and volume of events become unmanageable. These are the types of mistakes that give a... [Read More]

Making Mistakes and Their Value To You and Your Career

Understand how great leaders treat people that have made mistakes and on having the space to make mistakes is important.

We are often told how making mistakes and learning from them is necessary for growth. It is a common sentiment, but important. A quick online search led me to quotes from renowned people emphasizing lessons they learned from their own mistakes. I’d like to share a story of a mistake... [Read More]

Contributing to AI/ML Innovation: Where You Can Make an Impact

There is a place for you to contribute to the exciting work currently being done in advancing AI/ML.

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Many things have been written about ChatGPT and how it has blown the Gartner Hype Cycle to bits. It has stayed on the curve, but it has progressed much more quickly than most any other technology. We are somewhere on the “Slope of Enlightenment” where we are truly seeing the... [Read More]
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