Friday, June 14, 2024

Link Dump #143

How to start the weekend well? On Friday with something worth reading.

  1. Software Architecture
    1. Microservice Challenges and How to Overcome Them
      Read the article to learn about benefits and drawbacks of microservices, challenges of distributed systems and best practices for designing and implementing microservices.
    2. Introducing the Service Mesh Approach
      The service mesh concept solves the communication challenge by acting as a central “delivery hub” for microservices. Learn what benefits and drawbacks its adoption brings.
    3. Combining the To-Do List and the Passage Of Time patterns for resilient business workflows #PickOfTheWeek
      In the article, the author presents how to use passage of time and to-do list patterns to control consistency of the business process.
  2. Software Development
    1. The Documentation Tradeoff #PickOfTheWeek
      Nobody wants documentation. They want to know enough to change the code quickly & safely, to get the new results they want without accidentally breaking anything. Learn what can help you achieve this goal.
    2. Navigating the Storm: A Guide to Big Picture Event Storming #PickOfTheWeek
      Delve into the intricacies of the Big Picture Workshop and learn how to conduct it step by step.
  3. Testing
    1. Testing Caching Mechanism with Testcontainers in Spring Boot
      In this article, you will learn how you can leverage Testcontainers to write integration tests for validating the caching mechanism in a Spring Boot application. The sample application will integrate with Redis to cache data in front of a MySQL database.
  4. Languages and Libraries
    1. One Stop Guide to Java Functional Interfaces
      Learn what the functional programming is and how to use the functional interfaces with detailed understanding of their pros and cons.
  5. Leadership
    1. Flow in a Hierarchy
      In a power hierarchy, energy flows from those with the power. Authority is assigned to those with the power. Decisions are made by the person in power. Problems are solved by the person in power. What’s so bad about a power hierarchy?
    2. How a Transformation Office will help you to build a data mesh #PickOfTheWeek
      A well run transformation office can communicate a vision, manage expectations and provide transparency. All three items are crucial in a change program.
  6. Fun
    1. Build an AI
    2. Feeling a bit off...

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