Friday, June 10, 2022

Link Dump #40

Here we go again with something great to read:
  1. Software Development
    1. How Effective Abstractions Are Opinionated #PickOfTheWeek
      Every software system is built on top of a towering stack of abstractions. It’s an unavoidable arrangement if we ever want to deliver working software.
    2. Understanding Test Driven Development for Successful App Releases
      Let’s take a closer look at the important phases of the Test Driven Development process.
    3. Everyone Should Learn Ethereum
      Ethereum combines concepts and ideas from distributed systems and cryptography to create a system unlike any other: a distributed, singleton “world computer.”
    4. Data Race Patterns in Go #PickOfTheWeek
      Various data race patterns Uber found in their Go programs.
    5. Your Complete Guide to Cloud Software Development
      In the article, the author discusses the different kinds of cloud models, the advantages and main features of cloud computing, and what all of these mean for software developers.
  2. Testing
    1. Load Testing Using Postman
      In the tutorial author shows how to use Postman collections to perform a simple load testing activity.
  3. JVM, Libraries
    1. JVM c1, c2 compiler thread – high CPU consumption?  #PickOfTheWeek
      What c1, c2 compiler threads are and how to address their high CPU consumption?
    2. Sequence naming strategies in Hibernate 6
      Hibernate 6 introduced a new configuration parameter and an interface to define the implicit naming strategy for database sequences and tables.
  4. Growth
    1. Developer Side Hustle: Convert Learnings Into Earnings
      Developers are always learning, but they may not know how to turn that knowledge into more significant earnings.
  5. Fun
    1. Estimate

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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