Friday, March 17, 2023

Link Dump #79

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  1. Software Architecture
    1. Serverless vs Cloud Computing
      In the post the author highlights some of the main differences and characteristics of those two approaches.
  2. Software Development
    1. gRPC on the client side
      In this post, the author shows how to build a gRPC service and how to call it from curl.
    2. What is the difference between Document, Event and Command? #PickOfTheWeek
      What should you use when designing communication between services? When to use Document, Event, and when Command? What are the differences and similarities between them?
  3. Clean Code
    1. Anemic vs. Rich Domain Objects #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article, the author explains the concept of anemic objects and the advantages of employing a rich domain model.
  4. Testing
    1. Challenges of Mobile Software Testing
      In the article the author presents some of the challenges we face in mobile software testing.
    2. Contract-Driven Development – a Real-World Adoption Journey #PickOfTheWeek
      The author shares his company journey of how a large financial services company adopted contract-driven development.
  5. Frameworks and Libraries
    1. WireMock Spring Boot Simplifies the WireMock Configuration for Spring Boot Applications
      This is a way to simplify the WireMock configuration for JUnit-based integration tests in Spring Boot applications.
  6. Leadership
    1. Team Accountability and Integration
      How to help people to understand that the problem belongs to the group?
  7. Communication
    1. Good Meetings FAQ #PickOfTheWeek
      Are meetings always bad? Of course not. Still they are expensive… Author shares his Meetings FAQ to help you have fewer and better meetings.
    2. Four tips for better and fewer meetings
      Are you tired of endless meetings? You’re not alone! Four tips for better and fewer meetings!
  8. Productivity
    1. 3 Tips to Beat Multitasking #PickOfTheWeek
      Multitasking is evil because it kills your performance. In the article you will find three reasons why, and three tips for dealing with it to be more efficient at work.

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