Don’t Stream JSON Data (Part 2)

I've discussed the merits of JSON streaming in two prior posts: Large JSON Responses and Don’t Stream JSON Data, if  you haven't read these yet then take a quick look first, they're not long reads. I'm attracted to the highly scalable proposition of scaling out the consumer, so many requests can be made individually rather than returning a … Continue reading Don’t Stream JSON Data (Part 2)

Getting FitNesse to Work

Sample code here. Recently I've been looking into Specification by Example, which people keep defining to me as BDD done the right way. Specification by Example fully implemented includes the idea of an executable specification. A concept that has led me back to FitNesse having given it the cold shoulder for the last six or seven years. … Continue reading Getting FitNesse to Work

A Helpful Circuit Breaker in C#

Introduction With the increasing popularity of SOA in the guise of ‘microservices’, circuit breakers are now a must have weapon in any developer’s arsenal. Services are rarely 100% reliable; outages happen, network connections get pulled, memory gets filled, routing tables get corrupted. In an environment where multiple services are each calling multiple other services, the … Continue reading A Helpful Circuit Breaker in C#