Friday, July 1, 2022

Link Dump #43

It's hot. So how about ice coffee and something to read?

  1. Book Of The Week 
    1. Strategic Monoliths and Microservices: Driving Innovation Using Purposeful Architecture
  2. Software Development
    1. Refactoring Playground
      Refactoring is one of the most essential activities developers must do to improve the code. In the article you will find the repository I'm using to practice and teach others how to refactor the code.
    2. Handle Spring Security Exceptions With @ExceptionHandler
      In the article, you will learn how to globally handle Spring security exceptions with @ExceptionHandler and @ControllerAdvice.
    3. The Case Against Logging #PickOfTheWeek
      In a modern, cloud-native Java application, how would I implement logging?
  3. Agile
    1. 3 Ways to Help Agile Teams Plan Despite Uncertainty #PickOfTheWeek
      It’s critical that Scrum teams learn to live with uncertainty. In an agile project, or any project for that matter, not everything will, or can, be known upfront.
  4. Project Management
    1. In a Hurry to Hire
      Do you know if you have any job description for an open position?
  5. Leadership
    1. Small Actions Make Great Leaders #PickOfTheWeek
      Actions are the building blocks of behaviors. And countless leadership behaviors can be built from a small set of actions.
  6. Growth
    1. The Practice Of Discipline #PickOfTheWeek
      Discipline yourself to do what you know you need to do to be the very best in your field.
    2. The 80 20 Rule – The Pareto Principle
      The 80 20 rule is a tried and true principle that can set your life up for success.
    3. The Smoke Detector Principle (Why We Overreact) #PickOfTheWeek
      What can we do when we overreact? How should we respond to this shrieking smoke detector
  7. Fun
    1. Small Delights
    2. Bugs and Features

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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