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Getting inspired by GOTO Amsterdam

May 30th, 2012 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2012/05/30/getting-inspired-by-goto-amsterdam/)

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Last Thursday and Friday I went to GOTO Amsterdam. This event was co-organized by Orange11 just like last year. One of the best parts about going to conferences is that they are not only interesting but inspiring too. I personally like the talks with good speakers, of course the best talks are the ones with good speakers and great content. So how do you develop great content?

For me, the best content is based upon a little insight to make you think about the context even further for yourself. Content that inspires you to have a look at a new language, a new framework or new concepts. That is what this blog post is all about. I am not going to share my thoughts on the conference itself (I’ll leave this to Bram!), I’m going to share the things that inspired me from a content perspective.

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January Newsletter

January 25th, 2012 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2012/01/25/january-newsletter/)

Once again, the festive season is behind us and we all start the year as always with a bunch of new years resolutions. At Dutchworks we have made a few of our own too and we’re totally committed to achieving them. Our goals are to:

  1. Recruit the top talent in the industry and engage them with colleagues, customers & projects they can be proud of
  2. Achieve maximum project delivery reliability by striving for top quality & a rock solid delivery process
  3. Explore our key business domains (even more) and gain maximum exposure and experience in these markets.

Watch this space, as we’ll keep you posted on how we are getting on as the year progresses.

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Processing 1M tps with Axon Framework and the Disruptor

July 20th, 2011 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2011/07/20/processing-1m-tps-with-axon-framework-and-the-disruptor/)

LMAX, a trading company in the UK, recently open sourced one of their core components: the Disruptor. This component allows reduces execution overhead by removing the necessity for locks, while still keeping processing order guarantees. A pretty ingenious piece of engineering, if you ask me. I tried to apply the disruptor to the Axon Command Bus, just to see what it potential is. The results are pretty astonishing.

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