Friday, March 3, 2023

Link Dump #77

Cheers to all of you who find a time for reading:

  1. #BookOfTheMonth: The DevOps Handbook
  2. Software Architecture
    1. Hodor: Overload scenarios and the evolution of their detection and handling #PickOfTheWeek
      Hodor is currently running on 1000+ microservices at LinkedIn and has prevented hundreds of overloads in LinkedIn production systems. Let's find out how they achieved that.
  3. Software Development
    1. Combining CDC Transactional Messages Using Kafka Streams #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article, the author shows how to change data capture with Kafka Stream and what are the benefits of this approach.
    2. Make your security policy auditable
      How can you leverage OPA and Apache APISIX to move your authentication and authorization logic from the code to the infrastructure?
    3. Infinite work #PickOfTheWeek
      The problem with improving legacy applications is the task is neverending. How can you recharge?
  4. Frameworks and Libraries
    1. Using Window Functions with Hibernate 5 & 6
      Article explains what window functions are and how to use it with Hibernate.
  5. Leadership
    1. They Need the Money
      People need the money, but they also need to work. As a leader you should not forget about it.
    2. 5 time management mistakes you're making as a leader that leave you less productive and stuck in the weeds
      Most leaders respond to a huge workload by working longer and harder — but being more strategic with your time is a better way.
    3. Intrinsic Motivation: How to Be Motivated by Doing What You Do #PickOfTheWeek
      No matter what you are doing, you can be motivated by the work you do. In the article you can find hints on how to make it happen.
  6. Growth
    1. Want to Be Smarter? Steal Stephen King's Secret for Reading More Books
      Author Stephen King uses a version of the "10,000 steps" rule to sneak more reading time into his busy day.

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