Friday, March 4, 2022

Link Dump #26

So many coffee to drink... so many articles to read... 

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Rapid Event Notification System at Netflix
      Netflix's solution to support use cases that require server initiated communication with devices in a scalable and extensible manner.
    2. Hodor: Detecting and addressing overload in LinkedIn microservices
      Overload detection and remediation is a problem common to most services serving high traffic loads. How Holistic Overload Detection and Overload Remediation (HODOR) can help with tackling this challenge?
    3. GraphQL vs REST
      What are the different advantages and disadvantages of GraphQL and REST.
  2. Software Development
    1. Fact or Fiction? 8 Myths About Software Programming
      There are many myths surrounding coding and this post helps to understand them and brings some facts about them.
    2. Minimum Viable Product: Benefits, Cost, and How To Build One
      MVP is not just building the prototype. It takes a lot of research before and after the product launch, and it’s certainly not about just building a prototype and validating it.
  3. Project Management
    1. Effective communication with software engineers
      Tips that will help you to communicate effectively with your engineering team.
    2. Work estimates must account for friction #PickOfTheWeek
      If your project estimates include eight hours of work per employee day, you're gonna have a bad time.
  4. Agile
    1. Best Practices to Improve your Engineering Sprints #PickOfTheWeek
      Several best practices that can improve your sprints.
    2. Agile Doesn’t Work Without Psychological Safety #PickOfTheWeek
      You may be blessed with resources, expertise, and mastery of technical processes and tools, but being agile relies on psychological safety.
  5. Fun
    1. Configuration Management

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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