On Monday, January 16th, I launched my Docker Recipes for Node.js Development pre-sale. The goal is to sell 100 copies of the early-access version of the book, as a way of funding further writing and development of the book. As of writing this on Wednesday evening, January 18th, I’ve sold 85 copies! I have to […]
On Monday, January 16th, the pre-sale for my Docker Recipes for Node.js Development ebook opens up. As I said in the last post, I need to sell 100 copies in the pre-order period, to ensure the book moves forward. But before the pre-sale starts, though, I wanted to give you a sneak peak at the […]
I have another update for the planned Docker Recipes for Node.js ebook – this time focused around the pricing and pre-sale dates. The Pre-sale Dates and Prices These are the details that you need to know, to take advantage of the significant discount that I’ll offer during the pre-sale, and be able to participate in […]
Last week I announced my intention to write a short ebook on solving specific problems with Node.js and Docker, called Docker Recipes for Node.js. I’ve had some time to plan, since then, and I want to share my thoughts on how the book might be organized, and the type of content that will go into it. […]
I’m writing an ebook and compiling a repository of Docker solutions for developing Node.js applications… and I need your help!
One of the patterns found in the Enterprise Integration Patterns book covers the idea of a “selective consumer” – that is, a message consumer that uses some criteria to determine which messages it receives and processes, from a given channel (queue). Years ago, when I was first working with queueing in WebsphereMQ, I used this pattern to […]
Since the release of my RabbitMQ For Developers bundle, I have been continuing the work of producing even more material for it! I want to help you get up and running quickly, and make sure you are using RabbitMQ effectively from the beginning. With that in mind, I’ve produce another short ebook and also made […]
In my upcoming book on RabbitMQ Layout (part of the RabbitMQ For Developers bundle, to be released on June 15th), I tell a story about a system that uses an analytics service. In this system, the analytics service isn’t reliable so the developers make a backup of all the events in a local database. […]