Author Archives: malikest

About malikest

I'm a software engineer based and working in Ghana. Loves my work and learning new stuff,and now wants to share.

Stream processing, Event sourcing, Reactive, CEP… and making sense of it all

Originally posted on Confluent:
This is an edited transcript of a talk I gave at /dev/winter 2015. Some people call it stream processing. Others call it Event Sourcing or CQRS. Some even call it Complex Event Processing. Sometimes, such self-important…

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Knightmare: A DevOps Cautionary Tale

Originally posted on Doug Seven:
I was speaking at a conference last year on the topics of DevOps, Configuration as Code, and Continuous Delivery and used the following story to demonstrate the importance making deployments fully automated and repeatable as…

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Why Explore Space? A 1970 Letter to a Nun in Africa

Originally posted on Roger Launius's Blog:
Ernst Stuhlinger (1913-2008) Ernst Stuhlinger wrote this letter on May 6, 1970, to Sister Mary Jucunda, a nun who worked among the starving children of Kabwe, Zambia, in Africa, who questioned the value…

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Seth Godin: Why I want you to steal my ideas

Originally posted on TED Blog:
By Seth Godin Please don’t steal my car. If you drive away with it, I won’t have it any more, which is a real hassle. Please don’t steal my identity or my reputation either. Neither…

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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet For Reinventing Yourself

I really like James Alucher’s post. Most of the points here are “obvious truths” we rarely believe and ready to act on until someone else tells us.

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BlackBerry’s Bad Timing Buries Its Own Flicker Of Good News On BBM Android/iOS Downloads (10M In A Day)

This is rather sad for RIM

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Thank You.

Before anything I would like to thank everyone who got me ‘through all means’ neccesary to start blogging.                                             … Continue reading

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