While many discussions about REST focus on entities and methods, using the correct response status codes can make your API stand out.
Foojay Podcast #20: Functional Programming, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”
Functional programming: you either love it or you hate it. But it is a trade-off. So for today, let’s focus on the good, the bad, the ugly!
Foojay Podcast #19: How Working For Free For Fun Brought Me Fame and Fortune – Or At Least Some Of Each – In The End
Many developers spend a lot of their time on side projects. It’s an opportunity to learn new techniques and get involved in communities. But sometimes it can also lead to a new job.
Boldness in Refactoring!
“Don’t touch it, it works” is problematic. It leads us down a bad path. How do you handle a project that held that policy for years?
My Evaluation of the Scaleway Cloud Provider
Heroku’s owner, Salesforce, announced it would stop the free plan, I found a new provider, Scaleway, and here are my experiences.
Competing for the Crown: A Friendly Debate on the Future of Java and Kotlin on Foojay.io Today
In this article, we look at a discussion on Foojay’s Slack comparing Java and Kotlin, showing why developers should join the platform.
9 Outdated Ideas About Java
In this article, we want to look into some false assumptions and outdated ideas about Java based on early versions.
Is it Time to go Back to the Monolith?
Modern modular monoliths (and Moduliths) are redefining the monolithic architecture. Pick the best of both worlds with the hybrid approach.
The Evolution of APIs: From RESTful to Event-Driven
Transitioning from synchronous to event-driven APIs modernizes the enterprise and unlocks real-time events and information.
Quest for REST
SOAP’s biggest flaw was its complexity and its focus on big companies, but it at least provided a shared set of standard specifications.
“The More You Say, the Less People Remember…
…The Fewer the Words, the Greater the Profit.” And more wisdom and insight from Peter Lawrey, covering a range of development approaches.