Friday, January 26, 2024

Link Dump #123

Let's celebrate last week of the first month of 2024 and read:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Unveiling the Power of Micro Frontends Architecture: A Guide for Developers
      In this guide, you will delve into the essence of Micro Frontends, explore its advantages, challenges, and implementation strategies, and provide insights for developers looking to harness its power.
    2. O11y Guide: Cloud Native Observability Pitfalls - Controlling Costs
      In the article, the author shares how to tackle the observability pitfall where we need to look at how to control the costs and the broken cost models we encounter with cloud native observability.
    3. O11y Guide: Cloud Native Observability Pitfalls - Focusing on The Pillars #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article, you will find an explanation why focusing on three pillars could be overwhelming and where you should put your focus instead.
  2. Software Development
    1. Big Picture Event Storming in 3 minutes #PickOfTheWeek
      Let’s take a Big Picture of the Big Picture Event Storming! In the article, you will find a summary of everything they wrote about this Event Storming, plus references to go deeper.
    2. Continuous Integration
      Continuous Integration is a software development practice where each member of a team merges their changes into a codebase together with their colleagues' changes at least daily. The article, walk you through the theory and practical usage of this practice, its pros and cons.
    3. SREs Say There’s Plenty of Room to Improve Incident Management
      A global survey of 423 site reliability engineers (SREs) found diagnosing issues is the most difficult aspect of incident management for more than half of respondents (53%).
    4. Bottleneck #06: Onboarding
      Too long for new hires to reach full effectiveness? Learn what you can do about it.
    5. Agile is no Excuse #PickOfTheWeek
      More and more vendors respond to “What’s on your roadmap?” questions with, “We’re agile, so we are constantly improving.” That is a non-answer.
    6. Will the Rise of Generative AI Increase Technical Debt?
      Take the new wave of AI with a grain of salt. It will open up immense solutions but will also come with a significant degree of technical debt.
  3. Clean Code
    1. Stream ids, event types prefixes and other event data you might not want to slice off
      You’re reading much more code than you’re writing. Readability is a highly subjective term. In the article, you will find an explanation of how it applies to the events.
  4. Communication
    1. Why you need to stop why questions? #PickOfTheWeek
      “Why questions” create adversarial conversations. So instead of asking "why", ask "what".
  5. Leadership
    1. Why We Teach Trust-Building
      It’s important to remember that no one works trust-building skills perfectly. If people recognize a sincere effort to be genuine and true to our word, they are likely to overlook the occasional mistakes we are going to make.
    2. 8 in 10 Struggle Holding People Accountable
      82% say they have limited to no ability to hold others accountable for delivering on expectations. 91% say improving accountability practices is a top development need in their organization.
  6. Fun
    1. Get results as what
    2. Replacing a City

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