Friday, February 24, 2023

Link Dump #76

Hope you booked some time for your reading time:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Introducing Assemblage - a microservice architecture definition process
      What the Assemblage is, what are the steps of it and when we can use them?
    2. Serverless scales well, but most databases don’t
      The benefits that come from serverless computing can be lost if you have to spend your time provisioning hardware for your database.
  2. Software Development
    1. Co-Partitioning with Apache Kafka
      What is co-partitioning, what are the criteria for it and where is it worth to use it?
    2. Technical Debt is a Major Threat to Innovation
      Every organization struggles with technical debt; it will never be eliminated, but it does need to be contained.
    3. Journey to GitHub: Ensuring Developer Happiness Every Step of the Way #PickOfTheWeek
      The post tells how LinkedIn approached the key stages of journey to GitHub, what led them to choose this solution, how they prepared for the migration, and what actions they took to ensure developer happiness remained at the forefront of their strategy.
  3. Languages, Frameworks and Libraries
    1. Null safety: Kotlin vs. Java
      Let's dive into the problem of nullability and how it’s solved in Kotlin and Java.
  4. Leadership
    1. Quickest Way to Change Company Culture
      The quickest way to change your culture, is to bring in new people.
    2. Disconnection #PickOfTheWeek
      The issue that has the potential to blow the group apart, has the same potential to weld the group together
    3. 6 Strategies to Move Your Technical Organization Forward in a Slow Economy
      During a slow economy, it can be challenging for a technical organization to move forward and continue to innovate. Article presents a few strategies the organization can use to stay competitive and continue to make progress.
  5. Agile
    1. Retrospectives Antipatterns #PickOfTheWeek
      This article describes and offers solutions for three of retrospective antipatterns: skipping generating insights, getting lost in things you can't change, and being dominated by a loudmouth.
    2. What Is Cross-Functional Collaboration in Agile?
      How do agile teams achieve cross-functionality? Contrary to what you might have heard, cross-functional does not mean everyone on the team must know how to do everything.
  6. Fun
    1. Todo

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