• testing

    Updated: 2021-04-27 20:57:59
    Refactoring Agile Architecture About ThoughtWorks Topics Architecture Refactoring Agile Delivery Microservices Data Testing DSL about me About Books FAQ content Videos Content Index Board Games Photography ThoughtWorks Insights Careers Products follow Twitter RSS tagged by : testing Testing Strategies in a Microservice Architecture There has been a shift in service based architectures over the last few years towards smaller , more focussed micro services . There are many benefits with this approach such as the ability to independently deploy , scale and maintain each component and parallelize development across multiple teams . However , once these additional network partitions have been introduced , the testing strategies that applied for monolithic in process applications need to be

  • bad things

    Updated: 2021-04-27 20:57:55
    Refactoring Agile Architecture About ThoughtWorks Topics Architecture Refactoring Agile Delivery Microservices Data Testing DSL about me About Books FAQ content Videos Content Index Board Games Photography ThoughtWorks Insights Careers Products follow Twitter RSS tagged by : bad things Activity Oriented Any significant software development effort requires several different activities to occur : analysis , user experience design , development , testing , etc . Activity-oriented teams organize around these activities , so that you have dedicated teams for user-experience design , development , testing etc . Activity-orientation promises many benefits , but software development is usually better done with OutcomeOriented . teams by Sriram Narayan 1 Jun 2016 Read more bliki bad things team

  • UML Distilled

    Updated: 2021-04-27 20:57:51
    Refactoring Agile Architecture About ThoughtWorks Topics Architecture Refactoring Agile Delivery Microservices Data Testing DSL about me About Books FAQ content Videos Content Index Board Games Photography ThoughtWorks Insights Careers Products follow Twitter RSS UML Distilled A Brief Guide to the Standard Object Modeling Language by Martin Fowler 2003 Notes for buying my books The UML appeared in 1997 to eliminate the bedlam that had overtaken graphical modeling languages in the object-oriented world . Before the UML there were a host of such languages , differing in all sorts of annoying ways . Now the UML is pretty much the only game in town , which makes life much simpler for many people involved in OO software development This book was the first book on the UML , and I wrote it as a

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