Today’s architectural challenges are often tackled using distributed systems with microservices as major building blocks. While microservices offer great benefits, they tend to increase the overall complexity of a system. This problem especially increases in IoT scenarios with a large number of external systems to communicate with. In this talk, Raffael and Paul will show how actor frameworks such as Microsoft Orleans - using a long-forgotten paradigm from the early days of computer science - can greatly mitigate those problems. The speakers draw from their hands-on experience in developing a globally distributed system in .NET leveraging Microsoft Orleans.
Are you a streamer? Are you into Emojis? Do you want your community to engage more in your chat? Then say no more, you’re right here! In this post I’ll show you the awesome F(L)OSS project called
emojiwall. In a nutshell, it’s a fun enhancement for your stream, constantly having a look for emojis in chat messages. When a new message with emojis comes in, it extracts the emojis and makes them fly through the stream. We’ll cover how to configure it using smol.stream, and talk about how to host your own
emojiwall, as well as some best-practices tips & ticks and some hacks. 🤯🎪🚶🏗️❣️👯♂️🛢️🎵🈚🛫🐲🎂😺🐝🍖🍦🧟♀️☺️🎩⛰️👔🎢🧡🧜♀️🏓♑👨👩👦👦🤩🌭🕥🙆♀️💬🏊♂️😌♿🅱️🎙️🧘♂️💟♀️🥛*️⃣🔔👠👨👩👦🌀🎫🕹️👷♀️👱♀️🚺
Today’s architectural challenges, especially in IoT scenarios, are often tackled using distributed systems with microservices as go-to solution of choice. While microservices offer great benefits, they also tend to increase the overall complexity of systems. Paul and me will show you how actor frameworks can mitigate those problems, using a long-forgotten paradigm from the early days of computer science.
Here we go again!
2Phaze is back with a new original tune called “Holding You”.
Holding You is a romantic dance-duett in the typical 2Phaze Hands Up style. “Hands Up Will Never Die” - with this in mind, ruffy produced “Holding You” as a catchy dance tune with lovely vocals and lyrics telling you the story of a couple in love, and how they describe their relationship.
Tschentig, formerly known as
Tirolerisch G'spielt, convinces with young and cheeky austropop, showing without a doubt that its origin is rooted in typical tyrolean folk music.
Tschentig has succeeded in combining classical austrian folk instruments with catchy melodies and beautiful lyrics. Swinging songs with lyrics taken from life. Songs to sing along. In this blog post, we will have a look on what
Tschentig has to to offer.