Async and await in C#

When developing a software product or service, system architects need to decide to build or buy the pieces / components needed to develop and deploy the solution. I am stretching this well know strategy to a set of events in my personal life that occurred a month or two ago.

A few years my oldest son and I went to a barber shop once a month. The small place has two chairs. With time only one was being used. At some point the barber decided that he was about to retire. We had to look for an alternate place. Continue reading “Async and await in C#”

JavaScript Promise

I have been asked why I am dealing with RESTful services in JavaScript. My idea is to create a set of services that implement sets of APIs (e.g., DICOM storage server) using different programming languages (e.g., C#, Java, and JavaScript). Once that is done will decide on a single service implementation implemented using microservices written in different programming languages. The API for such RESTful server will be determined at the time. As you can see there is some logic behind this madness. If possible, I will then deploy the same set of microservices in a couple public platforms (e.g., AWS and Azure). Continue reading “JavaScript Promise”