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Rich Bronson

Rich Bronson is an Engineer with 20 years’ experience designing and developing high performance and scalable software solutions. His work has included leading high performance Agile teams as a Certified Scrum Master. Rich loves working with clients to find solutions to their business challenges, and inspiring the "Aha" moments to help them solve challenges they are not immediately aware of. When he is not designing software Rich enjoys time with his wife and three children, as well as cooking and performing live as a singer and guitarist.
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IQueryable vs IEnumerable, What you don’t know will hurt you.

Posted by Rich Bronson

Aug 25, 2016 11:21:41 AM


Frustrated_Programmer.jpgA frequent request I have when consulting is to figure out why the clients system is running slow. Of course there can be many root causes (and usually are ) but a fairly common one I see is in .NET applications are from using Entity Framework and LINQ without really understanding what is actually happening under the hood.

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Topics: Software Performance, LINQ, Entity Framework, .net

Microservices with MuleSoft – Part 2 – Getting Started with your Microservice Strategy

Posted by Rich Bronson

Jul 1, 2016 10:00:00 AM

 

First of all, I want to thank everyone who commented on my first blog post on this topic titled Microservices with MuleSoft - Part1

 

Microservices_blog2.jpgMicroservices architecture is a big paradigm shift in design and requires us not
only to rethink the way we design applications but also the processes we use to develop and manage our applications. Today I would like to go deeper in design and look at a simple n-tier application and show how it might look in a Microservices paradigm.

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Topics: Mulesoft, Microservices

Microservices with MuleSoft - Part1

Posted by Rich Bronson

Jun 15, 2016 8:33:25 AM

 

Microservices1.jpgIntroduction

One of the hottest new trends in software architecture right now is Microservices. Innovative companies such as Netflix, Uber, Ebay, and Amazon have looked to microservices for their software solutions.

While several books could be written about the subject matter I am I will do my best to cover it a high level in 4 blog posts.  Hopefully this will be enough to get you started in being able to understand and implement it.

Today I will talk a little bit about what microservices are and what the advantages are of using them. 

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Topics: Mulesoft, Microservices