Architecture Weekly #56 - 3rd January 2022
Welcome to the new year!
It is the time when we're making summaries of the last year and new year's resolutions. Or at least some people and companies do. I prefer to focus on continuous improvement rather than a specific date to change habits. Still, that's a decent opportunity to make a summary and learn from it. An excellent one is a 2021 GitHub summary: The State of the Octoverse 2021
Check also What’s new in serverless by Talia Nassi.
If you want to learn something new, e.g. on DevOps, a worthy resource is Microsoft - DevOps Dojo.
Still, don’t be too ambitious. As Jared A. Brock stated: No, You Don’t Have to Wake Up at 5 AM in Order to Be Wildly Successful
Check also other articles!
Have a great, healthy year!
Derek Comartin - CRUD API + Complexity = Death by a 1000 Papercuts
Aaron Stannard - Professional Open Source: Extend-Only Design
Bartosz Ocytko - Driving change: why are your ideas being rejected?
The Register - Kubernetes a black hole of unpredictable spend
Nick Janetakis - Reclaim Tons of Disk Space by Compacting Your Docker Desktop WSL 2 VM
Google Cloud Platform - El Carro - a new project that offers a way to run Oracle databases in Kubernetes
Dave Brock - Low Ceremony, High Value: A Tour of Minimal APIs in .NET 6
Spectre.Console - A .NET library that makes it easier to create beautiful console applications.
Yoshifumi Kawai - Minimal API for CommandLine tool by ConsoleAppFramework v4
Jimmy Byrd - FsOpenTelemetry is a single file you can copy paste or add through Paket Github dependencies to provide your F# library with safe helpers for Activity and ActivitySource.
Dan Lines - The Pull Request Paradox: Merge Faster by Promoting Your PR
Austin Z. Henley - A theory of how developers seek information
Joseph Roosen - Microsoft Exchange New Year's issue (Twitter Thread)
Wired - How a 'NULL' License Plate Landed One Hacker in Ticket Hell
Mechanical Computer (All Parts) - Basic Mechanisms In Fire Control Computers
Which Face Is Real? - Seeing through the illusions of a fabricated world
Jared A. Brock - No, You Don’t Have to Wake Up at 5 AM in Order to Be Wildly Successful
Problem-driven design jest pod tym linkiem: