Friday, October 7, 2022

Link Dump #57

Another great book and articles to read:

  1. #BookOfTheWeek: Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests
  2. Software Architecture
    1. Super Tables: The road to building reliable and discoverable data products
      Super Tables for defining, building, and sharing high quality data products with formal ownership and commitments.
    2. The Top Three Entangled Trends in Data Architectures: Data Mesh, Data Fabric, and Hybrid Architectures #PickOfTheWeek
      A primer on how to reconcile the seemingly similar but different trends that confuse data teams struggling with solving the intractable “everything everywhere all at once” problem.
    3. Timestone: Netflix’s High-Throughput, Low-Latency Priority Queueing System with Built-in Support for Non-Parallelizable Workloads #PickOfTheWeek
      What makes Timestone different from other priority queues? It supports a construct called exclusive queues. In the article you will learn about the concept in detail.
    4. Serverless vs. Kubernetes when deploying microservices
      While planning for a new microservices-based architecture, architects should think about a deployment strategy — choosing between a serverless function or container orchestration.
    5. Bad arguments for microservices #PickOfTheWeek
      You may not need microservices, this is not a silver bullet. But you definitely need modules.
  3. Software Development
    1. The Case for Rethinking Everything #PickOfTheWeek
      We’ve been seeing patterns in our projects where our software development team is struggling to have an impact. They are busier than ever, but never feel like they are accomplishing anything of value. What can we do with that?
  4. Testing
    1. Introduction to Mocks
      If we cannot use the real dependency, we have to replace it with a test double that must provide the same API as the replaced dependency. This article explains how to do it.
  5. Leadership
    1. 3 Types of Meetings — and How to Do Each One Well
      The new work calendar isn’t about office or home, it’s about three meeting types and the conditions that serve them best.

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