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Architecture Weekly #61 - 7th February 2022
Welcome to the new week!
It seems that last Friday, Architecture Weekly passed the 500 subscribers milestone! Wow, I’m thrilled! I’m happy that you’re here!
Big numbers speak loudly. I realised that maybe it’d be also worth delivering you more content. I’m considering adding a paid version of Architecture Weekly. I’d add more detailed comments, summaries, and an extended point of view filtered by my experience. Don’t worry, the free version will look the same. Paid version will be a chance to learn more and get more exclusive content.
I prepared a small survey: https://forms.gle/VCvGMFNKPRoD5FLz5. Your feedback would mean a lot to me! 🙏
Architecture Weekly is a decent tool to learn about trends, approaches and thoughts. Still, there’s always a time when we need to let the code speak for us. To do it efficiently, we need to have other tools. This week tooling section is a handful of them. Check, e.g.:
Exiting Vim may be complex, but still, it’s simpler than enterprise projects. Taming these beasts is not an easy task to do. Gregor Hohpe wrote that “it’s almost like enterprise IT is subject to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which concludes that the entropy in an (isolated) system can never decrease - at best it can be constant, but usually it increases.”. Read more why:
Transparency and observability are keys to making processes and projects more approachable. See more in the webinar recording:
Don’t also miss the emergency of the Web Assembly. It’s not only a fancy frontend thing:
Check also the rest of the links, and have a great week!