Friday, February 9, 2024

Link Dump #125

It's Friday finally! There's a whole weekend in front of us, for reading and... stuff:

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Uber Improves Resiliency of Microservices with Adaptive Load Shedding
      Uber created a new load-shedding library for its microservice platform, serving over 130 million customers and handling aggregated peaks of millions of requests per second (RPSs). The company replaced the solution based on QALM with Cinnamon library.
  2. Software Development
    1. Infrastructure: From Zero to Enterprise
      The author shares his suggestions on how your startup tech stack should evolve — from a one-person show, up-to fully compliant solution dealing with hundreds of thousands of requests per second.
    2. The Design Process and Agile Development: Part 1 — Design Is Collaborative #PickOfTheWeek
      It is more than possible for the Design process to work alongside the Agile methodology to produce results in tandem with development and product team members.
    3. 10 Key Features of AI Code Assistants
      AI-based code assistants can learn from past coding patterns, predict what a programmer is trying to achieve and suggest appropriate code snippets. Read this blog post for examples of popular AI coding assistants.
    4. Front-end Versus Back-end #PickOfTheWeek
      Why does front-end work seem like an ever-expanding grind while back-end work seems to have at least moments of calm?
  3. Clean Code
    1. Does Using AI Assistants Lead to Lower Code Quality? #PickOfTheWeek
      New research has potentially upset the idea that AI assistants like Copilot are positively advancing software development without consequences.
  4. Leadership
    1. How powerful feedback really works
      Improvement requires feedback but you clench when someone says, “I have some feedback for you.”
  5. Growth
    1. Things Change
      Do you have your list of goals for the next year? Or at least for the next three months?

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