Friday, March 11, 2022

Link Dump #27

And here we go again... with a coffee and some articles worth reading:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Sustainable architectures in a world of Agile, DevOps, and cloud #PickOfTheWeek
      Do you design software with big requirements doc upfront or let architecture emerge during agile processes? Is there a middle ground?
  2. Software Development
    1. MutationQuery and SelectionQuery in Hibernate 6 #PickOfTheWeek
      The SelectionQuery and MutationQuery interfaces provide a much cleaner API than the often used Query interface because they focus on a specific type of operation.
    2. How to use Record in Java? Example Tutorial
      In the article the author explains what is Records, what benefits it offers, and how you can use them.
    3. Big Picture Event Storming #PickOfTheWeek
      How to use Event Storming to manage knowledge about the current state and future opportunities of the business domain.
  3. Testing
    1. Test Case Vs Test Scenario
      What are the differences between test case and test scenario and what are the best practices of creating them.
    2. A Breakdown of Continuous Testing
      Continuous testing is no longer an option for businesses but an essential software development and release process.
  4. Growth
    1. But, Training is the Easiest Option #PickOfTheWeek
      You have to remember that training may not give you the things you need to get better.
    2. What you give up when moving into engineering management
      Moving into a management role may be a rewarding step in your career, but you should know about the things you're leaving behind.
  5. Communication
    1. Take Five (Stop Meeting Back-to-Back-to-Back!)
      Back-to-back-to-back meetings, without a single break in between is a really exhausting experience. Article will help you tackle this problem.
  6. Project Management
    1. The wrong ways to be data driven
      Article presents some of the wrong ways to be data-driven and how we can change that.
    2. Two dangers of reactive management #PickOfTheWeek
      A person who never responds becomes irrelevant. A person who constantly reacts creates the illusion of importance.
  7. Fun
    1. Done Done

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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