Link Dump #73
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It just started snowing again! That's why you should take a cup of coffee and enjoy the reading: #BookOfTheWeek: Games People Play  Software Development The Database of the Future: Seven Key Principles The database of the future will be more than just a database. Instead, it will be a platform that focuses on the user experience and abstracts the technology. Release It! • Michael Nygard & Trisha Gee • GOTO 2023 What is the best way to get up to speed on the modern challenges faced by real applications running in production? Best developer as an architect? What can go wrong?  ..read more
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Best developer as an architect? What can go wrong?
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6d ago
You are working on the application, and there is an idea to move it to a different architecture. It is difficult to convince everyone to take that step, but sometimes you succeed. And then there's a question: who should make architectural decisions?  Maybe the best people you've got? You want to make it good this time, aren't you?  Yet, are you sure choosing them is a good idea? During the years, I saw a few projects that were migrating to the new architecture. The strategies were various, yet there was always the same goal: introduce a better architecture to make some of our exis ..read more
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Link Dump #72
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1w ago
What a wonderful day for reading, don't you think? Software Development What is the real root cause of your problem? #PickOfTheWeek We should look at problems from a wider perspective, only in that way, we can start fixing the real root cause of the problem, not only its symptoms. The quest for REST A few things you should know about the REST. Which collection interface to use? #PickOfTheWeek What collection your method should accept as an argument and which should be used as a return value? What DevOps Needs to Know About ChatGPT This article will provide an overview of GPT, its ..read more
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What is the real root cause of your problem?
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2w ago
The beginning  There is a project. Code is written, everything is tested, coverage is high, and features get delivered. There are bugs from time to time, but incidents get fixed fast, and no one worries about the situation. Well, business as usual.  Time passes... From time to time, there are situations where people get nervous due to critical issues after the release. All hands on board, and after several stressful hours things get fixed.  Time passes... The number of incidents gets bigger. Teams spend more time fixing them. And people start to wonder how to get back to comf ..read more
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Link Dump #71
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2w ago
It is snowing again! How about a cup of warm coffee and something to read: Software Architecture CxOs neglect architecture at their peril #PickOfTheWeek It’s essential that an organization’s leaders pay attention to software architecture. Software Development Achieving side project success Four useful tips to focus on what matters most when you start your own side project. There Is No Software Maintenance #PickOfTheWeek Software development does not have the two phases development and maintenance – it is a continuous process. The Problem With Dependency Injection Fr ..read more
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Link Dump #70
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3w ago
It is about time to start a new year. And what is the best way to do that? Maybe some reading? #BookOfTheMonth: Object-Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns, and Java  Software Architecture Using Event-Driven Architecture With Microservices Merging event-driven architecture with microservices can house major benefits. Updated microservice architecture presentations #PickOfTheWeek Updated the page listing the most important presentations given by Chris Richardson on the microservice architecture. Software Development Effective and easy strategies to hate bugs a litt ..read more
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Wish you all the best in 2023
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1M ago
I wish you to make this test green in 2023! class Year2023Test {private static final String LETS_TALK_ABOUT_JAVA_URL = "http://letstalkaboutjava.blogspot.com/";private static final String NEWSLETTER_URL = "https://www.subscribepage.com/lets_talk_about_java";private YearRepository yearRepository;private BlogRepository blogRepository;@Test void shouldFulfillAllTheWishes() { Blog letsTalkAboutJava = blogRepository.find(LETS_TALK_ABOUT_JAVA_URL); Year year2023 = yearRepository.find(2023); Wishes wishes = Wishes .from(letsTalkAboutJava ..read more
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Link Dump #68
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1M ago
I know the Christmas gifts are already waiting for you but there is never too much gifts so here is something from me: Software Development How Enterprise Software Architects can Design for Sustainability What techniques enterprise-level software architects can use to get the most out of their technology modernization efforts? I (don't) need a hero #PickOfTheWeek I believe many of you know those amazing developers who are always there when you need them, who know all the answers and have great both technical and business knowledge. Don't you worry when you notice your project ..read more
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I (don't) need a hero
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1M ago
When I join a new project, I always look for someone who knows (almost) all the answers.  How to find them? Look for the clues. Is there a production incident? Those are the people who you are asking for help. Is there any design change? No change will happen without talking with them. Is there any doubt or confusion? They are receiving an email with the question. As you see, many roads lead to them. Why do I want to find them? Once I identify them, I know who can teach me a lot about the project. That is the moment with whom I can start my "onboarding process". Why do I not want to ..read more
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Link Dump #67
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1M ago
It's snowing finally! And what's better in the weather like this than a cup of warm coffee and something good to read? Software Architecture Introduction to MACH Architecture #PickOfTheWeek What the MACH architecture is and how it can help you deliver better software? Software Development Our Approach to Research and A/B Testing Why would you like to run A/B tests on everything from UI designs to AI algorithms, and feature launches to bug fixes? How to Apply Evidence-Based Problem Solving to Improve the Outcomes of Your Projects #PickOfTheWeek Being “data-driven” doe ..read more
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