CQRS means Command Query Responsibility Segregation. Many people think that CQRS is an entire architecture, but they are wrong. CQRS is just a small pattern.

With the default settings MySQL truncates and does other unspeakable things to data for the sake of not giving errors. Where is this a correct choice, hard to say.

This post will show you how to modify the default MVC 5 template, so that it uses Autofac to inject the ASP.NET Identity dependencies into the Account Controller.

While SQL databases are insanely useful tools, their monopoly in the last decades is coming to an end. And it's just time: I can't even count the things that were forced into relational databases, but never really fitted them. (That being said, relational databases will always be the best for the stuff that has relations.) But, the differences between NoSQL databases are much bigger than ever was between one SQL database and another. This means that it is a bigger responsibility on software architects to choose the appropriate one for a project right at the beginning.

Wikipedia definition: “NoSQL is a class of database management system identified by its non-adherence to the widely used relational database management system (RDBMS) model.” This definition is not very precise.

So what exactly is Brewer’s Theorem, and why does it warrant comparison with a 1976 punk gig in Manchester?

Flipboard launched during the dawn of the smartphone and tablet as a mobile-first experience, allowing us to rethink content layout principles from the web for a more elegant user experience on a variety of touchscreen form factors.

This methodology is the most effective way to leverage the power of Distributed Version Control Systems - specifically Git. This work is the result of an in depth analysis of Continuous Intergration and the notion of responsible Continuous Delivery. The inherent risks that de facto CI and CD introduce are mitigated by what others now refer to as “The Dymitruk Model”

A look on a Backbone.js fundamental entity - Collection.

Jeff Atwood at his best. In this article Jeff explores "Logging in". Something that seems so trivial. A simple form with two fields, a link, and two buttons. And yet it's often extremely complex and confusing.

"I recenly came across posts on Reddit and DesignerNews that were talking about CSS Puns, there were some really good ones in there. I have collected them and shared them with you in here."