Friday, May 19, 2023

Link Dump #88

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  1. Software Development
    1. Generative AI for text in simple terms
      If you've heard about Generative AI, Large Language Models and how they are going to change everything, this article peels back the hype and tells you exactly what they do in simple terms.
    2. Abstract vs. Concrete Parameters #PickOfTheWeek
      To make software controllable, pass concrete parameters when tests don't need much flexibility and pass abstract parameters when they need more flexibility.
    3. NoOps vs. ZeroOps: Similarities and Differences
      Learn what NoOps and ZeroOps are and how it works. What are their similarities and differences?
    4. What Is Code Rot, and How Can You Avoid and Fix It? #PickOfTheWeek
      Integrate refactorings with the regular tickets. Don't check in code that barely works and has a poor structure, or misses tests or documentation.
    5. Types of Software Bugs
      Software bugs can take many forms and can have a significant impact on the functionality, usability, and security of software applications. Learn what types of them you can face.
  2. Java
    1. Java News Roundup: JEPs for JDK 21, Spring Cloud AWS 3.0, OptaPlanner to Timefold
      News from OpenJDK, JDK 21, Spring Boot 3.1.0-RC2, Spring Modulith 0.6, Spring Cloud for Amazon Web Services 3.0.0, Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.10.3, Spring Tools 4.18.2 and many more...
  3. Leadership
    1. 7 Tips to Build Trust in Your Negotiations #PickOfTheWeek
      In our fast-paced world, decisions are made quickly. The article tells what you can do to establish trust.
    2. Out of Sequence
      Are you sure the message you share does not leave the place for (mis)interpretation?
    3. Written vs Verbal
      In what way could you combine the pros of a written description, with the verbal discussion?
    4. Take a Walk (Making Tough Conversations Easier) #PickOfTheWeek
      What are the values of walking even when we have to have a tough conversation?
    5. To Implement Change, You Don’t Need to Convince Everyone at Once #PickOfTheWeek
      When people see that something is working, they want to be involved, and they bring in others who can still bring in others.
  4. Self Development
    1. Don’t Let Passion Lead to Burnout on Your Team
      Passion is often heralded as the key to a fulfilling and successful career, but the authors’ recent research suggests that it can also come at a cost.

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