As a new Technology Radar release with a bunch of interesting techs, a few drew my attention. Techniques Applying product management to internal platforms: product mindset includes a roadmap, value to biz, and consumer experience enhancement. CI/CD infrastructure as a service: Our team has been using Jenkins hosted on-prem and started moving to Azure DevOps.… Continue reading A DotNet developer’s note on Technology Radar V28
As a new Technology Radar release with a bunch of interesting techs, a few drew my attention. Techniques Single team remote wall. This can be useful in a remote team. Documentation quadrantsDocumentation can be one of these. Tutorials, Discussions, How-To Guides, or References. And more tips on documentation. Rethinking remote standups. The daily stand-up is… Continue reading A DotNet developer’s view about Technology Radar V26
One great example of refactoring data-centric .net application into domain-centric architecture is this. https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/n-tier-apps-part1/table-of-contents This training was released in 2012, which is 9 years old. But, this is the best example for me to apply in our company and myself, because 1) this course targets a legacy code, which we have in areas and wasn’t… Continue reading Domain centric architiecture – best refactoring example
Event Notification Address change in CRM can be sent to Quoting System through the event. e.g. address changed. – Reverse the dependency from CRM to Quote system. – Message becomes a thing(object) to record and pass around. – events vs commands – pub/sub is nice as subscribers can sub independently.Cons: How to know what’s happening… Continue reading 4 Types of Event-Driven Architecture by Martin Fowler
Given that the number one reason why Unit Test fails is the code is not testable which make the unit test difficult, costly, un-maintainable, making the application layer independent through the interface is the most important concept in the clean architecture.