Friday, November 11, 2022

Link Dump #62

Whether the weather is warm, whether the weather is hot, you should always find time for some reading:

  1. #BookOfTheWeek: Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship

  2. Software Architecture
    1. How we built the Tinder API Gateway #PickOfTheWeek
      Why Tinder API Gateway was created and how is helping Tinder serve traffic at scale?
    2. Consistent caching mechanism in Titus Gateway
      How Netflix's current iteration of Titus deals with high API call volumes by scaling out horizontally?
  3. Software Development
    1. Importance of API Logging and Analytics for Developers
      API logging and analytics are important to developers because it enables them to improve on serving their users and advance business goals.
    2. Seeing through hardware counters: a journey to threefold performance increase #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article you will learn how Netflix was able to leverage PMCs in order to find a bottleneck in the JVM’s native code, patch it, and realize better increase in throughput for the workload in question.
    3. Learn How to Secure Your Apache Kafka Cluster Automatically
      Blog post explores the need to implement security for your Apache Kafka cluster.
    4. Diagnose and Debug Apache Kafka Issues: Understanding Reduced Message Throughput #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article you will find how to level-up your Kafka debugging game and understand common problems as well as the ailments that an individual symptom could be pointing to.
  4. Testing
    1. Mocking a Singleton With Mockito
      In the article you will learn a few ways to write unit tests for singletons using Mockito.
  5. Agile
    1. Epics, Features and User Stories #PickOfTheWeek
      What is an epic, a feature and a user story in agile?
  6. Project Management
    1. How Many Layers?
      Management initiatives will flounder if laid on the wrong structure. How do you get your structure right?
    2. For Engineers, Meetings Waste Time and Money
      Give your teams what they need most: Time to focus on their work.

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