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  1. Foreign Key Constraints and Microservices

    Database constraints when used in relational databases are great. They ensure data integrity at the lowest level. No one would argue against using them in practice. Essentially constraints can be thought of as assertions against your database. Rules such as requirement, default values and foreign key constraints double check your …

  2. Project Setup Tax

    With microservices gaining popularity, one consideration prior to adoption is new project setup. In fact this statement holds true for any new project that you decide to create.

    Each new project requires at a minimum

    • Source control - somewhere to actually store the code.
    • A project base - API, executable, library, application …