Friday, January 14, 2022

Link Dump #20

Second week of 2022 is almost over. Let's celebrate that and read something entertaining:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Legacy Mimic #PickOfTheWeek
      New system interacts with legacy system in such a way that the old system is not aware of any changes.
  2. Software Development
    1. Masking Sensitive Data with Logback
      Author shows how to create a custom PatternLayout to mask the sensitive data from application logs.
    2. Tracing with Spring Boot, OpenTelemetry, and Jaeger #PickOfTheWeek
      Tutorial gives an overview of the traceability problem in distributed systems and provides a complete guide on how to implement tracing with Spring Boot, OpenTelemetry, and Jaeger.
    3. Git under the hood
      Article gives you a view of what happens behind the scenes when working with Git.
    4. 5 Common Pitfalls When Using Apache Kafka #PickOfTheWeek
      List of five common pitfalls and tips for how to avoid them that are sure to save you time and effort down the road.
  3. Clean Code
    1. Knowing when to say 'no'
      Recognize which contributions are a good fit for the project and which are not.
  4. Self-Development
    1. How to develop the habit of finishing stuff #PickOfTheWeek
      The habit of almost finishing stuff destroys effectiveness, diminishes respect, and drains energy. Don't let it happen!
    2. Your future self will thank you: Building your personal documentation #PickOfTheWeek
      How to build a second brain of knowledge you'll use over and over.
  5. Leadership
    1. 15 questions that change the way people think
      What helps people change the way they think?
  6. Communication
    1. Please Stop Using These Phrases in Meetings
      A few great tips to help you rephrase what you are saying into positive statements.
  7. Agile
    1. 5 Misconceptions about Scrum's Sprint Event
      Many well-meaning Scrum practitioners have misconceptions about Scrum, which sometimes leads to creating “rules” that do not exist in the framework. Let's find out what those misconceptions are and how to deal with them.
  8. Fun
    1. No Code

Do you want more?

  1. Clean Architecture online course (Polish) - I show practial usage of Hexagonal Architecture, Domain-Driven Design, Test-Driven Development and many, many more.

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