The Pipelined Pancake Party – demonstrating the Power of Parallelization and Pipelining in JavaScript with Promises and Asynchronous Generators

Lucas Jellema

This article is an attempt to demonstrate the performance gains – and programming elegance – that is at our disposal with the advent of asynchronous generators in ES 2018 (JavaScript), for example in Node 10 and later. With asynchronous generators and Promises, we can implement parallel, asynchronous and pipelined processing […]

Session Catalog for Oracle OpenWorld & CodeOne 2018 in JSON files

Lucas Jellema

The Oracle OpenWorld and CodeOne 2018 conferences took place in the last week of October 2018. Together, over 1500 sessions took place. The session catalog with details for all sessions is accessible at https://events.rainfocus.com/widget/oracle/oow18/catalogcodeone18 – at least at the time of writing. The session information includes title and abstract, track, […]

CQRS through Twitter – more fun than meaning

Lucas Jellema

As part of my 50 Shades of Data presentation, I talk about CQRS – Command Query Responsibility Segregation. The idea that you can have one or more read only data stores with data replicated from the master store where all data manipulation (commands) take place. In a different presentation, I […]