Friday, August 11, 2023

Link Dump #99

The weather is better, but I hope you will still find some time for reading:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE and their limitations for building robust APIs
      Understanding the characteristics and limitations of the HTTP methods GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE is crucial for building robust APIs. The article walks you through both of them.
    2. Is organizational unpreparedness a dark matter force? #PickOfTheWeek
      Is it true that if an organization is not willing or able to use the microservice architecture properly they should stick with the monolithic architecture?
    3. Saga Pattern 
      The article explains what Saga Patterns is, what are its pros and cons, and how to use it in your application?
  2. Software Development
    1. What does a CTO actually do? #PickOfTheWeek
      The author demystifies the role of CTO and explains what a CTO actually does? What does it even stand for?
    2. How dangerous is over-engineering for a start up?
      There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. It’s about finding the right balance for your context, customer needs, and business goals.
    3. TeamTopologies
      The article gives a brief explanation of Team Topologies - a model for describing the organization of software development teams.
  3. Clean Code
    1. Law of Demeter in Java #PickOfTheWeek
      The Law of Demeter (LoD), or principle of least knowledge, provides object-oriented design principles for modular software development. In the article, you'll delve into the Law of Demeter and its application in OOP.
  4. Testing
    1. What Is Load Testing?
      The article explains in detail what load testing is, what are the types of it, and what are the best practices you should consider to use.
  5. Leadership
    1. Not About the Pizza
      What motivation is about?
    2. It’s Different Work #PickOfTheWeek
      As a leader/manager, your results come through other people, and it’s slower. But it is important to learn how to help them do their tasks, not do them for them.
  6. Communication
    1. Your Business Problem Can Be Solved With Better Communication (Tip #1) #PickOfTheWeek
      Communication is more than saying the “right words.” If you want to get people to take action, you need to understand your listeners and get them to care.

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