Rx Use Cases, Languages for Blockchain and Cloud, Faster Deployments, PDF Generation, Rate Limiting / Throttling, Schedulers, Injection, Frontend Packaging -- or Questions for 53rd airhacks.tv

Topics and questions for the 53rd airhacks.tv:

  1. How to organize code with BCE and JAX-RS microservices and shared entities?
  2. How to improve deployment / development cycle times from 40s to (...)?
  3. PDF generation with and without Java EE
  4. How to implement throttling / rate limiting?
  5. Choosing the right language for decentralized cloud storage network
  6. Java vs. Scala vs C++, vs. Go for blockchain implementations
  7. The ideal use case for reactive extensions
  8. How does RxJava help in CRUD applications?
  9. How do you approach authentication and session handling for this type of application where the front-end and back-end is split into two separate projects? [blog comment]
  10. Are you using anything from Java EE Security or Microprofile JWT auth? [blog comment]
  11. How do you package and deploy the front-end? As a WAR? [blog comment]
  12. Can you please elaborate on your explanation of @Inject vs @EJB? [blog comment]
  13. I would like to know how can I control transaction throught microservices [blog comment]
  14. Is there any mechanism to feed the schedule data programmatically? [blog comment]
  15. How can I conveniently map more complex object, like typical business objects, (containing other objects) with the use of your no-library approach? [blog comment]

Ask questions during the show via twitter mentioning me: http://twitter.com/AdamBien (@AdamBien) or using the hashtag: #airhacks. You can join the Q&A session live each first Monday of month, 6 P.M at airhacks.tv or http://www.ustream.tv/channel/adambien

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