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By mswatcher
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Published: Jan 10 2014 / 00:52

As developers, we want the applications we build to be resilient when it comes to failure, but how do you achieve this goal? If you believe the hype, micro-services and a clever communication protocol are the answer to all your problems, or maybe automatic DNS failover. While that kind of stuff has its place and makes for an interesting conference presentation, the somewhat less glamorous truth is that making a robust application begins with your code. But, even well designed and well tested applications are often lacking a vital component of resilient code – exception handling.
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