Friday, March 29, 2024

Link Dump #132

You know that I know that you know that on Friday you need something to read:

  1. Software Development
    1. Why you need fewer developers than you think you do #PickOfTheWeek
      The common belief that more developers mean faster delivery is wrong. Overstaffing creates communication complexity and can lead to the development of unnecessary or redundant features.
    2. What is infrastructure as code (IaC) and why I should care?
      There’s never a bad time to introduce infrastructure as code to your team. It surely is much easier to start development with it from the beginning, but the sooner you do the better.
    3. From Data Mess to Data Mesh #PickOfTheWeek
      A data mesh is more than a technological solution; it is a new framework for sharing data within and even beyond an organization.
    4. Object-Oriented vs. Functional Programming: A Comparison
      This article will delve into the characteristics of each paradigm, examine their strengths and weaknesses, and provide code examples in Java to illustrate their differences.
    5. Saga Pattern in Microservices Architecture #PickOfTheWeek
      In this tutorial, you’ll dive into the challenges of managing distributed transactions, how an orchestration-based Saga Pattern solves this, and an example implementation of a Saga Pattern using Spring Boot 3 and Orkes Conductor.
  2. Clean Code
    1. What’s in a Name? #PickOfTheWeek
      Have you ever read an identifier only to realize later it doesn’t do what you expected? Or had to read the implementation in order to understand an interface? In the article, you will find a few naming tips.
  3. Growth
    1. Four Responses to Feedback
      It's important to be open to feedback, even--and especially--when you disagree with it or find that it disconfirms prior assumptions. But being open to feedback doesn't necessarily mean that you should simply accept it.
  4. Leadership
    1. How to lead one on ones that change lives
      What skills enable leaders to lead one-on-ones? How might leaders talk less and listen more when they lead one-on-ones? Read the article, to find a few good tips.
  5. Fun
    1. Limited precision (IEEE 754)
    2. pair programming vibe 2
    3. Be careful, it's my feature!!!

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