Friday, September 30, 2022

Link Dump #56

There's always one more coffee to drink and one more book to read:

  1. #BookOfTheWeekNo Excuses!: The Power of Self-Discipline
  2. Software Architecture
    1. Guide to the Storage Engine in Apache Cassandra #PickOfTheWeek
      Deep dive into the internals of the storage engine used by Apache Cassandra.
    2. Keeping Multiple Databases in Sync Using Kafka Connect and CDC #PickOfTheWeek
      Article presents the advantages and disadvantages inherent to moving data from a database using JDBC and CDC.
    3. Open Sourcing Venice – LinkedIn’s Derived Data Platform
      Venice is a high-throughput, low-latency, highly-available, horizontally-scalable, eventually-consistent storage system. The blog post provides an overview of Venice and some of its use cases.
  3. Software Development
    1. Event-Driven Microservices with Python and Apache Kafka
      How simple it can be to use Apache Kafka to build event-driven systems in Python?
    2. The Real Pipeline
      What’s important in what we do comes down to two questions: “What does the business unit want to offer customers?” and “What do the customers expect of the business unit?”
    3. Latest DORA Report From Google Surfaces Raft of DevOps Challenges
      What you can find in the annual Accelerate State of DevOps 2022 report published by the DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) team at Google?
  4. Java
    1. Guide to MicroStream #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article you will learn about object graph persistence engine and compare this approach to traditional relational databases and standard Java serialization.
  5. Project Management
    1. Tactical vs Strategic
      There is nothing wrong with tactical plans, but don’t mistake a strategic session just because that is what it’s called.
    2. Optimize for People, Not Processes with Project Management #PickOfTheWeek
      Article about the pros and cons of project management methodologies, and what to consider when implementing them.
  6. Leadership
    1. Stop Feeling Guilty About Delegating #PickOfTheWeek
      Overriding guilt around delegation is not easy. Especially when you and your team are already time-strapped.
  7. Growth
    1. Why Some Feedback Hurts (and What To Do About It)
      "Feedback is a gift," and yet sometimes that "gift" is quite painful to receive. That's why it is important to understand feedback is not a gift - it's data.
    2. 7 golden rules for golden hours #PickOfTheWeek
      We need reminders that everything we hope to do requires time and energy. Time management is the power to manage your schedule and your energy.
  8. Fun
    1. Forces and Factors

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