May 6, 2009
While Ruby is not a truly functional language, developers can still write Ruby code in a functional way. This article takes you though an example showing you how to do this.
Today, thanks to cloud computing, most people have instant access to information, tools and applications that can help them perform their corporate and personal tasks better. That’s not the case, however, on the development side: Nearly 15 million developers and software companies use traditional development environment, with all of the limitations that come with operating systems for developing applications and software. They code, compile and debug applications while sitting in front of a system that supports the given development environment or IDE.
This article covers some of the key differences between a monolithic and microservices architecture. Some of the key differences between a monolithic and microservices architecture involve the codebase, database, development teams, programming languages and frameworks, and testing.