Longer functions, higher productivity, less defects…

software developers should be wary of breaking their code into too small pieces, and actively avoid introducing very short (1-3 lines) functions when given the choice. At the very least unnecessary single-line functions (ie. excluding getters, setters etc.) should be all but banned. Source: Very short functions are a code smell – an overview ofContinue reading “Longer functions, higher productivity, less defects…”

Always Fail Forward and Pull over Push

Clearly during COVID-19, Slack became more mainstream. I was wondering how they cope with that scale and found this article. They shared how they deploy. These are the interesting points from the article. Deploys require a careful balance of speed and reliability. As understand from their article, although they are available globally, they still mainly operateContinue reading “Always Fail Forward and Pull over Push”

Tracking Request Body via Application Insights

Application Insights is a great monitoring tool combines tracing, monitoring and even logging via custom events in one place. For any application running on Azure, it is the native way of doing and especially for .NetCore applications (.NetFramework is still supported?) so much easier to integrate. As most of the tracing tools in the marketContinue reading “Tracking Request Body via Application Insights”