A question was asked on StackOverflow about best practices for RabbitMQ exchanges, queues and bindings. While this question was technically “off topic” for StackOverflow, I answered it anyways because it’s a common set of questions and offers insight in to a few points of confusion when starting out with RabbitMQ. One Exchange, Or Many? The […]
Someone on twitter asked me a question about promises a while back. It was a good question about the general use of reject and resolve to manage a yes/no dialog box. The short answer is always resolve with a status indicator – but I think they wanted more of the “why” than just this one specific answer. To understand why, there is some background to dig in to, first: modal dialog results and reject vs resolve.
It’s easy to think of an application as having “an architecture.” We talk this way a lot, in software development. But the more I build similarly-architected systems and new systems with different architectures, the more I realize that architecture is not a single thing. Rather, architecture is a fluid and living thing – it grows, […]
A long time ago, in what seems to be a previous life at this point, I wrote a small blog post about modeling and creating an explicit return value from a dialog form in a Windows application. Fast forward a lifetime and I’m finding that this knowledge and experience is resurfacing itself in my daily […]
The month of July was almost entirely unfocused for me. I spent more than a week on “vacation” with my family, and I spent another week sick and stuck in my bed. With more than two weeks of downtime, essentially, I feel lost. I feel like I’m not sure of what I’m doing … and […]