Friday, May 5, 2023

Link Dump #86

Don't you think it is a good moment for a break? You've got everything you need:

  1. BookOfTheMonth: Clean Architecture: A Craftsman’s Guide to Software Structure and Design

  2. Software Architecture
    1. How Stream Processing Works
      Learn what stream processing is, how it works, what are its components and where it is worth using it.
    2. Difference between Microservices and Monolithic Architecture
      In this article, the author explores the key differences between microservices and monolithic architecture and the factors that should be considered when deciding which approach to use.
  3. Software Development
    1. Sensenmann: Code Deletion at Scale #PickOfTheWeek
      Code doesn't come for free: it's expensive to produce, but also costs real engineering time to maintain. Learn how Google automates deletion of the code.
    2. 20 Kubernetes Design Pattern Every Developer should learn
      The author explains Kubernetes design patterns that every developer should learn. They describe the problems that each pattern solves and how it can be applied to real-world scenarios.
  4. Java, Frameworks and Libraries
    1. Java Template Strings [JEP-430]
      This Java tutorial discusses string templates in Java which is a new addition to the language in Java 21 as a preview feature.
    2. Introduction to Spring Modulith #PickOfTheWeek
      In this guide, you will learn the basics of the Spring Modulith project. You will learn what a modular monolith design is and how the creation of the application module model and the verification of its structure in detail looks like.
    3. Working with Virtual Threads in Spring 6
      In the article, you can read how it is possible to use virtual threads in a Spring 6-based application.
  5. Agile
    1. User Story Template: What It Is and Why It Works So Well
      Let's understand why the template has stood the test of time, and let's look at the elements, advantages, and drawbacks of the three-part story template.
  6. Leadership
    1. How Managers Can Make Feedback a Team Habit #PickOfTheWeek
      When managers address the factors that get in the way of feedback, they help individuals improve and teams work better together.
  7. Fun
    1. Modes of Procrastination
    2. Double-edged

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