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evaluation strategies – Need help with my dissertation topic about Evaluating Raku language

I’m a student currently working on my dissertation about Raku. The topic is evaluating Raku(perl6) for student with relevant experience. I finally decided to choose to evaluate whether Raku is a good language when dealing with high concurrency for the angle of the topic. However, my problem is I can’t find any papers about Raku’s concurrency except official website. Also, I have no idea about how to evaluate Raku’s concurrency (e.g. what program should I use, which language should be compared with Raku). Could anyone give me some hints about it? That would be very very helpful to me. Thank you.

Also I’m thinking to change an angle for my dissertation. Does anyone have any idea about which characteristic of Raku I can choose to evaluate as my dissertation topic(gradual typing have been chosen by somone else)?

amazon web services – Configuring SNS Topic notification IAM Role in Maintenance Window tasks

I currently have an AWS Maintenance Window set up in order to keep certain things up to date across some EC2 instances. I want to set up a SNS Topic to email me when one of the tasks fails to run correctly. So far I have the following Cloudformation template, which deploys fine:

Type: AWS::SSM::MaintenanceWindowTask
Name: UpdateSSMAgent
WindowId: !Ref MaintenanceWindow
– Key: TargetIds
– !Ref MaintenanceWindowTarget
TaskArn: UpdateSSMAgent
– “{{ssm:/ssm-version}}”
– “true”
NotificationArn: !Ref SnsTopic
– Failed
NotificationType: Command
Priority: 1
MaxConcurrency: 100%
MaxErrors: 1

The issue with this is that I have no Notification IAM Role defined in the CFN stack, so the topic can’t be published.

I can’t for the life of me find any documentation on what the appropriate definition should be and I don’t want to set the IAM Role the SNS Topic uses via the console.

Does anybody have a solution or know the correct CFN definition for a SNS notification IAM Role?

Message queue topic "inventory.reservations.updateSalabilityStatus" is not configured after place order. Magento 2.3

recently reinstalled magento v2.3.0 and after place order get Message queue topic "inventory.reservations.updateSalabilityStatus" is not configured. No success page/no refresh card/ But get order] How to fix it?

Broker queue and topic naming conventions

I’m in the process of adding a message broker (ActiveMQ Artemis) to a system currently and while I have my own notions on how I can divide up the namespace, it seems like a good time to get opinions from others on how they like to name their queues and topics.

The overall topology I’m after is to support functionality grouped in two ways:

  • By technology and/or library. This is when messages that enter the system are defined by a specific application level library. Think Laravel queues, or Mass Transit in .net. This first convention allows me to sequester message activity on the broker per-library as they often feature proprietary conventions and function under the assumption that they own their messaging space exclusively.
  • By business domain. This one is a little more abstract, but is defined by the various sections of my ecosystem. It’s intended to facilitate messaging between applications that might be written in different languages. For example, perhaps I have a queue name of my-org:identity and this represents general user activity (CRUD). I might also have a my-org:blog to represent events and activity on blog posts that I wish to broadcast and react to. These could be subscribed and published to using libraries built around protocols like AMQP or STOMP, etc. from within different languages.

Acknowledging that you can’t 100% predict the future are there any insights, lessons-learned and intuition worth heeding when coming up with naming conventions within a messaging system?

Are there any good books, blog posts or articles on devising sound schemes for names on brokers?

design – What resources exist on the topic of assumption/invariant management?

Assumptions are a fundamental part of software development. In some cases we can make those assumptions explicit with actions such as defining data types or adding assertions. In other cases, those assumptions are implicit and must be validated and maintained without the help of the software itself.

For instance, consider an application that starts with just US users. The application has a users table in the database with a phone_number field. This field is used throughout the application and, because users were only ever US users, it’s always assumed that the phone number is a US phone number. This assumption may be embedded in places such as calls to SMS messaging services and in the UI. You might see smsService.sendText(user.phone_number, "US", "hello ...") as well as places on the ui where the phone number is formatted by prefixing the +1 extension and using the US format (XXX) XXX-XXXX.

Some time later, the application expands to handle Polish users as well. Now everywhere we’ve assumed the phone number to be US needs to be updated, but finding all the places we’ve made the assumption is non-trivial. Most modern IDEs have features for finding all references to a field on a given type which would be useful, but would also show usages where no changes are needed based on country. It also wouldn’t include usages where the field is passed to another object or where the backend sends the field to the frontend. We could do a code-wide search for phone_number, but again this would include all usages of the field rather than just the ones making the assumption. This would be even less feasible if the field had been instead just called number and the search then includes any piece of code or comment which has the text number.

This type of problem could be solved by having a registry of assumptions and the areas where they’re used. Such a registry would make the above example much easier and would also give us the ability to know what assumptions we are making in the application. One straightforward way to do this would be to simply leave some sort of assumption tag in the comment in the code such as // @assumption:phone-number-us. This would certainly help with the refactoring from the above example, but it wouldn’t help in cases where the assumption is used outside the code base. The assumption might have been assumed in places where we can’t simply leave a comment with the tag, such as in the schema of the database or in the configuration of external services. In those cases, we would need some sort of registry of the assumptions that exists outside the code itself, such as in a documentation system such as Confluence.

While there could certainly be significant value in having such a registry of assumptions, there would also be a non-trivial cost to maintaining it and lots of potential pit-falls. From personal experience, it also seems like the time lost from having no direct way of finding where assumptions are made is probably less than the time it would take to actually track assumptions. Still, it seems possible that a strategy could exist that could provide a cost to value ratio that justifies assumption tracking.

I’m curious to know what thinking has gone into this and if there are any services or methodologies that are used. Googling led me to this “Assumption Management in Software Development” paper from Carnegie Mellon, but the approach it offers seems to be to use XML embedded in code comments which would be both too verbose and limited to tracking the assumptions as they exist in the code base alone.

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