Friday, May 17, 2024

Link Dump #139

Friday has come! How about some good reading before the weekend?

  1. Software Architecture
    1. No such thing as a modular monolith? #PickOfTheWeek
      In this article, the author explains why there’s no such thing as a modular monolith and why the term ‘domain-oriented component architecture’ might be a better choice.
    2. Elevating Your Code Craftsmanship: Questions and Answers #PickOfTheWeek
      Recently, I shared the idea of a series of posts designed to guide you through the construction of the Training Center, utilizing a microservices architecture. I’m excited to delve a bit deeper into this topic today.
  2. Software Development
    1. No Country for No-Code #PickOfTheWeek
      No matter what tools arise, knowledgeable human users will always need to understand what the tool is providing and can act as a stopgap for quality and security.
    2. Level Up Your CI/CD: Essential Types of Automated Testing
      This guide dives into the essential types of automated testing you can integrate into your CI/CD pipeline, empowering you to level up your development workflow and deliver high-quality software with confidence.
    3. Game Theory – The Secret Weapon of Blockchain Developers
      This guide will equip you with the knowledge of game theory to become a good architect of secure, sustainable, and thriving blockchain ecosystems.
  3. Testing
    1. Test Failures Should Be Actionable
      When a test fails, you should be able to begin investigation with nothing more than the test’s name and its failure messages.
  4. Languages and Libraries
    1. Monads in Java
      In this tutorial, you’ll learn about monads, and how they can help us deal with effects.
    2. How to Use Java Streams for Working With Data
      Learn what Java Streams are and how to work with them. Get some practical examples of commonly used methods.
  5. Growth
    1. Make Learning a Part of Y #PickOfTheWeek
      The authors present several techniques and tools to help you make learning part of your day-to-day development.

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