Category Archives: Analysis

Architecture of a Polyglot Azure Application

Introduction I started working on a C# project that will communicate requests to several different partners, and receive feedback from them. Each partner will receive requests in their own way. This means that sending requests can (currently) be done by … Continue reading

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Handling a “Microservices” Project

I’m currently working on a big application that has been built up using microservices. The application is composed of small(ish) apps that compose the application. The idea is that these small apps work together to create the final application. This … Continue reading

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State Chart Diagram Part II

In part I we covered state chart diagrams in a basic way. Usually this is good enough to describe your states. You also want to keep thing simple (KISS). On the other hand it can be convenient to be able … Continue reading

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How to describe object state

Let’s say that we’re developing an application to manage invoices. Invoices will be created, modified, sent, (hopefully) paid or rejected, … Depending on the stage that an invoice is in, we can perform different actions on it. For example: it … Continue reading

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