TL;DR In the previous post I introduced Sewing Machine, a helper library for building more on top of strong Service Fabric foundations. Before building a thing, one needs to know the foundations though. That's where we start our Service Fabric journey. Actors One of the paradigms that are supported by Service Fabric is a Virtual … Continue reading Service Fabric – KeyValueStoreReplica (1)
TL;DR This is an introductory post for my new Open Source journey project, Sewing Machine that aims at extending capabilities of Azure Service Fabric services in various ways. It's focused on speed and performance, but also aims at delivering more capabilities build on top of the powerful Service Fabric foundations. Services and actors Service Fabric … Continue reading Sewing Machine for Service Fabric
TL;DR This is a follow up post to Async pump for better throughput in Azure. Please read the first before moving forward. Feedback I've been given a lot of feedback about my Async pump post. In a few cases this blog post from Ayende was quoted as it describes exactly the same approach. You can … Continue reading Async programming model
TL;DR This is one more personal post after my latest description of my learning pattern. I'd like to share how I start my morning and how it improved my overall quality of whole day. Morning schedule 5:45 AM - it's time to get up and prepare and eat the oatmeal: oat flakes, a few raisins … Continue reading Very good morning
This is a personal entry about my framework that use subconsciously for learning new things. I thought that it could be useful to share the way I learn new frameworks/tools/libraries.
This is a follow-up post about Marten's performance. It shows that saved allocations are not only about allocations and memory. It's also about you CPU ticks, hence the speed of your library.
TL;DR This post describes some of my Open Source experiences when working on Marten, a Polyglot Persistence for .Net Systems using the Rock Solid Postgresql Database (TM). This isn't me boasting, but rather sharing a pleasant story about getting involved in some solid OSS. Background The main person responsible for Marten and the main committer … Continue reading Marten: my Open Source experience