Recommended Readings Johannes Brodwall: This dependency injection madness must end! – it’s very valuable to hear well-founded arguments against any popular belief and Dependency Injection is one of these. “I have started disliking the consequence of this strategy very much: All coupling in my system becomes implicit and harder to understand. I have instead revertedContinue reading “Most interesting links of September ’12”
Recommended Readings V. Duarte: Story Points Considered Harmful – Or why the future of estimation is really in our past… (also as 1h video) – thoughtful and data-backed claim that there is a much cheaper way for estimating work throughput than estimating each story in story points (SP) and that is simply counting the stories.Continue reading “Most interesting links of April ’12”
Recommended Readings List of open source projects at Twitter including e.g. their scala_school – Lessons in the Fundamentals of Scala and effectivescala – Twitter’s Effective Scala Guide M. Fowler & P. Sadalage: Introduction into NoSQL and Polyglot Persistence (pdf, 11 slides) – what RDBMS offer and why it sometimes isn’t enough, what the different NoSQLContinue reading “Most interesting links of February ’12”
Recommended Readings Recommended Reading by Poppendiecks – an excellent selection, starting with Lean from Trenches, Management 3.0, Specification by Example, The Lean Startup etc. Eric Allman says that Programming Isn’t Fun Any More because problem solving has been replaced with learning, configuring, and integrating tons of libraries, frameworks, and tools and many people agree withContinue reading “Most interesting links of November”
The most interesting stuff I’ve read in May, in no particular order. You can easily guess I’ve been working on performance troubleshooting this month 🙂 NoSQL is About… – all the things NoSql databases are said to be about (and perhaps are not) and a good overview of the different goals and thus also featuresContinue reading “Most interesting links of May”
The most interesting technical links I’ve encountered in April: NoSQL at Twitter and Digg, TDD and testing with Spock.