Friday, August 5, 2022

Link Dump #48

Yet another great week is almost over. This is yet another great reason to read something interesting:

  1. #BookOfTheWeek: The Phoenix Project
  2. Software Architecture
    1. Building Infrastructure Platforms #PickOfTheWeek
      Infrastructure Platform teams enable organisations to scale delivery by solving common product and non-functional requirements with resilient solutions.
    2. Discussing Backend For Front-end #PickOfTheWeek
      The Backend For Front-end approach extracts the cleaning logic away from each service into a dedicated component.
    3. Clean Architecture: Applying with React
      An architectural division of a React application using Clean Architecture and how the implementation of new features in this architecture can look like.
    4. API Gateway Vs. Service Mesh: What’s the Difference?
      While two solutions are similar, there are also key differences between both options. Here’s what you need to know.
  3. Software Development
    1. Myth Busting: 5 Misconceptions About FinOps
      Author lists and dispels a few of the most common myths related to FinOps.
  4. Libraries and Frameworks
    1. Spring Boot 3 and Spring Framework 6.0 – What’s New
      Migrating to Spring Boot 3 and Spring 6 will be a migration to Java 17 and Jakarta EE 9 too
  5. Agile
    1. Paying for agile, doesn’t make you agile #PickOfTheWeek
      The hard-won lessons are what will make you better!
    2. Can we have more than one Product Owner in Scrum? #PickOfTheWeek
      Multiple Scrum Teams or Scrum Masters can support a product, but it should only have a single Product Owner and Definition of Done.
    3. 7 Ways to Get and Improve Fast Feedback
      The short feedback loops in Scrum give teams multiple opportunities to inspect and adapt.
  6. Communication
    1. How to Stay Cool When You’re Put on the Spot
      What does it take to maintain your composure so you can think clearly, express yourself with conviction, and come out strong?
    2. Wasn’t My Fault (Was It?) #PickOfTheWeek
      Does the way you state the problem have anything to do with the way people approach the solution?

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