Midsummer started the holiday season in Finland and things are slowing down. Time to take some break from routines, enjoy the Summer and stroll in the forest. And on rainy days read books and check out what happens in technology. Here’s monthly notes for June and it’s about microservices, designing user experience and React.
Issue 20, 26.6.2017
The Dark Side of Microservices
There’s much debate for and against using Docker and microservices and although I don’t fully agree with the writer, the post gives something to think about.
The Hardest Part About Microservices: Your Data
Microservices aren’t as easy as you think. This blog series looks good for explaining it. First understand your data.
Microservices implementation — Netflix stack
There are lot of tools and technologies for implementing Microservices. This article is focusing on doing it with the Netflix stack and SpringBoot. (from The Microservices Weekly)
7 reasons to switch to microservices — and 5 reasons you might not succeed
Using a microservices can improve resilience and expedite your time to market, but breaking apps into fine-grained services offers complications. The article doesn’t provide much surprises but gives something to think about. (from The Microservices Weekly)
User Experience needs thought
Building systems that don’t match your worldview
Developing systems with accessibility in mind makes it possible and pleasant to use for all groups. WCAG is one part of the solution.
Cultural Blind Spots in UX
Designing for international markets is about understanding the nuances, starting with how cultures look at web pages in different ways.
How Human Memory Works: Tips for UX Designers
If design is all about understanding humans, then understanding how our memory works is going to play a vital part. (from iOS dev weekly #306)
React Express: Learn React with Interactive Examples
Techniques for decomposing React components
I have this idea for an Eisenhower Decision Matrix for drag-n-drop self-organizing of your tasks/tickets/issues/TODO #devdiscuss pic.twitter.com/3u4zCTnxSv
— Ben Halpern (@bendhalpern) May 31, 2017
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