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Unit Tests- Provide Flexible Data By Christina Ljungberg

It’s rather easy to find information about how to write good unit tests in the means of the test itself. But how should we handle […]

ArchitectureCloudSoftware Engineering

Serverless code pipelines AWS: Terraform By Robert Hook

Alternative title: “How I built Jenkins with a few lines of Terraform and some Christmas Cake”. Almost a year ago I wrote up my comparison […]

ArchitectureDigital TransformationProductivitySoftware Engineering

Technical Debt and Ageing Systems By Christina Ljungberg

When developers take shortcuts or decrease the quality to gain time, they will cause a technical debt. By doing nothing and letting the system age, […]

ArchitectureSoftware Engineering

Domain Discovery Workshops: Scale By Nick Tune

If you facilitate or attend domain discovery workshops, one of the most effective and simplest ways to uncover insights is to make the scale or […]

ArchitectureSoftware Engineering

‘Chocolate sauce’- software design heuristic By Nick Tune

A trip to the supermarket can teach you a lot about designing software system, shaping teams to build them and helping to understand software design… […]

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Code structure- the house metaphor By Christina Ljungberg

Reading code structure vs. writing code structure In a legacy system, what is it that you spend absolutely most time on? I would say, understanding […]

ArchitectureSoftware Engineering

AWS API Gateway + Lambda — I’m going to need more coffee for this By Robert Hook

If you read back over my adventures with AWS Lambda functions over the past few months, you may not be surprised to see my attention […]

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A Clash of Mindsets: When New Products Depend on Existing Products By Nick Tune

A common pattern of business growth is to expand from a single product to multiple products. Sometimes, this can be achieved with relatively minimal disruption, […]

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Cyber Security: The Constant Confusion Between Tool and Process By Jean-Christophe Gaillard

There are real issues in the cyber security operations space, but buying more tools won’t help This 2021 survey from TrendMicro (“Security Operations on the […]

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Strategic Domain-Driven Design Kata: Delivericious By Nick Tune

Strategic Domain-Driven Design Kata: Delivericious Domain Design Structure I’ve structured the board in 4 parts: Part 1: Domain discovery (reviewing a pre-prepared event storm) Part […]

ArchitectureSoftware Engineering

Pattern Reading in Visual Discovery and Modelling By Nick Tune

There is a long list of things I love about visual discovery and modelling techniques like Event Storming and Example Mapping. But there is one benefit of visual […]

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Understanding different types of domain By Nick Tune

In business, technology and general, the word “domain” appears frequently and with many different meanings in various contexts. This gets tricky at times when collaborating […]

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