Friday, November 17, 2023

Link Dump #113

I don't know how about you, but I think this is perfect moment for reading:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Transaction management for commands #PickOfTheWeek
      In this article, the author digs deeper into the topic of transaction management in a modular monolith.
    2. Decoding Service Mesh
      Learn the best practices for effective microservices management and orchestration.
    3. The Software Dilemma: Should You Build or Buy?
      In the dynamic landscape of modern business and technology, the choice of whether to build or buy software remains a pivotal decision for organizations.
  2. Software Development
    1. Big O Notation: Measuring the Algorithm Efficiency #PickOfTheWeek
      Mastering Big O notation and understanding time and space complexity is crucial for building efficient algorithms, optimizing code performance, and ultimately delivering a better user experience.
    2. GDPR for busy developers #PickOfTheWeek
      We should not be scared of GDPR and other privacy regulations. GDPR is a privacy framework. It’s good that we got those regulations and those recommendations on how to work with our data.
    3. Who Should Have Access to Production?
      In a perfect world, no one would have access to production, as that’s the safest way to make sure there won’t be any issues. However, this remains unattainable for most companies.
  3. Clean Code
    1. TDD Outcomes
      Is TDD a testing/design/development/collaboration technique? Something more? Something less?
  4. Leadership
    1. 21 Things Leaders Don’t Need to Do
      Leadership is challenging enough. Don’t make yourself miserable by doing things you don’t need to do.
  5. Agile
    1. Sprint Review: More Than Just A Demo
      Want to succeed with agile? Do me a favor. Stop referring to the sprint review as the sprint demo. Not only is it wrong, it also takes away from the true purpose of a sprint review.
  6. Growth
    1. The Performance Paradox #PickOfTheWeek
      Hard work leads to better performance, right? The answer to that question is what Eduardo Briceño calls The Performance Paradox.
    2. 8 Things Running and the Creative Process Have in Common
      Both require self-motivation, incremental and attainable goals, and a whole lot of follow-through
  7. Fun
    1. Security Measures

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