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  • From Monolith to Event-Driven: Finding Seams in Your Future Architecture

    One of the challenges of migrating your system’s architecture is excluding non-desirable attributes and leaving the target state uncorrupted. An event-driven architecture and its related patterns, CQRS and Event Sourcing, are positioned well to introduce seams into the architecture that allow you to separate legacy and modern elements.

  • Q&A on the Book The Art of Leadership

    In the book The Art of Leadership, Michael Lopp shares stories of leadership habits and practices. Examples include reading the room, getting feedback, delegation, giving compliments, understanding the culture, and being kind. In the book Lopp describes how he practiced and refined these leadership habits over the years and what he has learned from doing so.

  • A Five-step Guide to Building Empathy That Can Boost Your Development Career

    Empathy isn’t just a nice-to-have soft skill. It’s one of the top six skills required of employees in 2020 and beyond, according to Forbes. Learn why empathy is critical for developers in particular and explore these five steps you can take to cultivate empathy in your day-to-day: 1. Understand yourself, 2. Understand them, 3. Build comfort into conversations, 4. Learn how to listen, 5. Practice.

  • Q&A on the Book Untapped Agility

    The book Untapped Agility by Jesse Fewell explains what holds organizations back in increasing their agility. It describes barriers that may appear during an agile transformation and provides “rebound” moves for unblocking the transformation and moving forward. This recurring pattern of Boost, then Barrier, then Rebound both encourages and enables frustrated agile champions.

  • Federated Machine Learning for Loan Risk Prediction

    In this article, author Brendon Machado discusses how data owners and data scientists can work together to create models on privatized data using the federated learning technique and shows how to use it in loan risk prediction use cases.

  • Article Series: PHP 7.x

    PHP 7.x brings several improvements and new features that touch all aspects of the language, including better support for object oriented programming, extensions to classes and interfaces, improvements to the type system, error handling, and more. In this series of articles, we discuss new features across the various PHP 7.x versions.

  • How to Build a Strong Beta Testers Community

    It is important to involve the real users at the early stages of your development cycle. A strong beta testers community not only improves your product, but also provides context, pain points and ideas while increasing loyalty and engagement. This article offers tips and tricks on how to build a beta testers program and a process of supporting the program with a modest allotment.

  • Principles for Microservice Design: Think IDEALS, Rather than SOLID

    For object-oriented design we follow the SOLID principles. For microservice design we propose developers follow the “IDEALS”: interface segregation, deployability (is on you), event-driven, availability over consistency, loose-coupling, and single responsibility.

  • Exchange Cybernetics: towards a Science of Agility & Adaptation

    Agility can become part of a scientific theory of adaptation. The capacity for adaptation is nothing more than the ability to move resources around in order to take opportunities as they emerge. This article describes the ingredients of an agile theory of adaptation and provides examples for how to do tactical planning in order to execute agility.

  • Interview with RavenDB Founder Oren Eini

    RavenDB is a NoSQL document database with multi-document ACID transactions and smart document compression. To learn more about the recent RavenDB 5 release and RavenDB in general, we’ve invited Oren Eini, creator of RavenDB and CEO of Hibernating Rhinos, to join us.

  • Q&A on the Book Retrospectives for Everyone

    The book Retrospectives for Everyone by Madhavi Ledalla explains how metaphors can be used to foster reflection and result in actions in agile retrospectives. The book provides examples of metaphors that can for instance be used to nurture teamwork, manage change, focus on objectives and personal reflection, and also provides recommendations for facilitating retrospectives beyond a single team.

  • Interview With Fastify Node.js Web Framework Co-Creator Matteo Collina

    Fastify is an open source, low performance overhead Node.js web framework filling a significant need in the ecosystem. Fastify emphasizes developer experience as a driving force in building a solid open source project and community. The Fastify project is part of the OpenJS Foundation.

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