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AWS DynamoDB is a high-performance NoSQL database service designed to serve as a key-value store. As a fully managed, serverless service, DynamoDB offers a fast, flexible and cost-effective way to store and retrieve data in the cloud. In this blog post, I take a deep dive into the main features, design patterns and best practices relating to DynamoDB.

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Software Development

15.01.2024 By Alexander Böhm

Enabling Keycloak login via customer number

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Keycloak is an open-source platform for identity and access management (IAM). It offers extensive functions for secure authentication, authorisation and user management for modern applications and services. I will show you in this blog post how a customer number can be implemented as an additional login feature alongside user name and/or e-mail address.

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Software Development

24.11.2023 By Franziska Scheeben and Milena Fluck

The Jest testing framework: our top five features

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Is writing unit tests in Jest part of your day-to-day routine? If you are already familiar with Jest, then you are probably adept at using all the basic functions. But when was the last time you really took the time to explore Jest and all the features it has to offer? We might just have one or two features that you were previously unaware of that will make your daily work easier.

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Software Development

In this blog post, I will provide a brief introduction to the fascinating world of the Rust programming language that I hope will spark your curiosity. Rust is a system-level programming language that focuses on performance and security. It is ideal for a variety of applications, ranging from system programming to web development.

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Software Development

I learnt how to evaluate candidates in the Angular domain in recent years. During that time I noticed that there are no standardised certifications. As Angular is constantly evolving and requires a broad skillset, I am planning to create a guide used to evaluate developers consisting of three levels – junior, professional and expert – as a more objective way to assess candidates. The minimum requirements for each of the individual levels are described in this blog post.

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Micro-services have long been the established standard in backend application architecture. They offer many advantages, including scalability, flexibility and when it comes to organising large projects into independent development teams. In this blog post, I will describe how micro frontends allow you to transfer the benefits offered by distributed systems over to the frontend.

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Software Development

I am an IT management consultant, though I currently work as an IT consultant and project manager. In this blog post I describe my journey from a Python novice to a REST service (junior) developer.

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Software Development

17.10.2023 By Eleazar Alejandro Araujo

Saga pattern as the secret to creating a well-working system

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You need to consider a number of things to successfully implement a microservice architecture, including questions like: How do we deal with transactionality? How should the system respond if an error occurs in the middle of a distributed business process? This blog post provides answers to these questions.

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Software Development

11.05.2023 By Björn Thalheim

ATDD on Spring Boot with Cucumber

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Developers are quite familiar with unit testing, even with integrative approaches like @SpringBootTest. But many lack a clear design/development/test strategy and stick to their preferred programming language. Acceptance Test Driven Design (ATDD) is a structured approach to designing your tests and programme from the outside in, focusing on larger blocks of functionality rather than individual classes. This blog post shows how this works.

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