Sharpen the Saw - November
Things I've read or learned this month that are worth mentioning.
Daniel Bryant’s updated talk on the Seven Deadly Sins of Microservices.
Aidan Casey describes some guiding principles for an Evolutionary Architecture.
The Devoxx 2016 University talk on developing reactive applications with Java 8.
A very interesting blog post about the challenges running multiple containers on Linux. This explains the reason why you have to install the haveged random number generator on an Ubuntu host.
It doesn’t happen very often that I completely agree with a blog post, but this is one of those. I’ve seen every one of these 10 mistakes on every project I’ve every joined.
"Services collaboration through events leads to a much more scalable architecture, with simpler and better tailored models, that will reduce the complexity of your digital assets, increase scalability, and improve your ability to collect data for analytics purposes."