It’s been a few weeks since the pre-sale of the Docker Recipes for Node.js Development ebook ended, and I haven’t spoken about it much but that doesn’t mean it’s been dormant! Quite the opposite. In fact, I’m a bit overwhelmed by how quickly things are moving right now. So I wanted to share an update […]
Last Thursday I posted a short update to the Docker Recipes for Node.js Development ebook pre-sale, setting a stretch goal of 100 sales before today – Monday, January 23rd.d And I’m happy to say that the goal was hit by Friday morning, at 9am! Over the weekend, sales bumped up to 125 total, easily outperforming […]
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 […]