I have just read a really good analysis on 737-Max crashes and the role of software engineering in safety critical systems. This is a really interesting highlight! Given the fact that most of the companies nowadays don’t seem to find value of having technical Product/Project Managers, management aspect of software engineering is always important to … Continue reading Some Sunday Thoughts on Software Design
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This is a summary of articles and books I have read in the subject over time with some notes from the original sources. Unfortunately I have lost the reference list. If you feel that some pieces of opinions/information stated here belongs to your article or book, please do contact me and I’m happy to update … Continue reading What is Legacy Code?
A relatively new concept and most of the organisation I work with are far away from even thinking it but there are important details on this so that we can still apply or optimise our perspective on failures… The following anology has just clicked on me like a missing piece in the big picture. if … Continue reading Chaos Engineering Is Not For Us!
These are notes and commentary I have gathered while reading Building Microservices. These are usually aligned with the chapter order and topics laid out in the book. However, to respect the author and leaving you to read and consume it in your way, I have preferred my own wording around the key points. I hope you … Continue reading Building Microservices Book Summary
If somehow in your head you believe you don’t have time to write tests or TDD doesn’t make sense to you, this article might change your mind. If you are trying to apply it or really loving TDD and need further evidence that your love is for real, this will motivate you better by rationalising … Continue reading Don’t Have Time For Tests
The trend in our age is using data, generating data nad making decisions out of data. Data is the new petrolium of our age represents wealth and power. However, when we use data, not everyone feels and sees the same and psychologically, we may even make them feel wrong. In this topic, I have seen this … Continue reading Psychological Tricks & Side Effects of Data-Driven Decisions