link.medium.com/SWRzVXupN2 I think, this article explains really well how not to scale an engineering team. I really liked this analogy. When a team only works and be responsible half of the product, everything else falls apart. Especially introduction of microservices as an architecture and organisation pattern, to avoid above issues, it is also better to … Continue reading Avoid working half of the product!
I have been working on a small project that has some components which have some real-time inter-dependencies. Most of these dependencies are actually making sure a request with access token (JWT/OpenId) is from a genuine user and that user has correct access rights. Although the token and UserPrincipal have enough information, regarding the critical operations … Continue reading Resiliency Upgrade Is Now Easier Than Ever
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