Month: October 2015

  • Anatomy of a Twitter microservice

    Here’s a small presentation which was created as we’ve tried to build a microservice for our in-house Device Detection solution. As part of that exercise, we’ve adopted the Twitter microservice stack and this presentation will try to dissect the cross-cutting concerns a microservice stack has to deal with. We called this service affectionally µWURFL as it mimics the paid cloud WURFL service which we hope with their permission will be open-sourced (the and binary dependencies will still require a deal with ScientiaMobile, which is totally worth it!)ScientiaMobile showed itself as a great partner and their API was very easy to integrate with.