I recently created the slide above for a course I taught in testing. I hope it will help understanding how to write tests.
If you implement a Microservice-Architecture, you will – sooner or later – have to deal with the cross cutting concern of client authentication and general securities questions. In this article I will discuss a few options.Continue reading “Securing Microservices (API-Gateways and Zero-Trust)”
I recently read this article (“Managers — Look at Your Engineers’ PRs“) and absolutely agree. In fact, I have done this for a couple of years now and I agree that is a valid and valueable source for feedback – besides the 180 degree feedback from colleagues.
However, I wouldnt just use the PRs for individual performance review but also to track the team performance. PRs reveal a lot of team dynamic (how is the communication between team members) and product/software quality. In a more junior team I would also attend a more active role in PRs to support or fill the role of a senior developer.
A short tutorial how to attached a data disk on an Ubuntu 20.04. LTS VM on Microsoft Azure (assuming you already created one in Azure’s Portal).Continue reading “Mount data disks to VM”
A definition of done (DoD) can help your team to maintain the quality of your product. Often it is helpful to have not only a DoD for a feature in total at the end of the sprint, but also for the steps in between. This articles provides you an example from a real-world project as a starting point.Continue reading “Definition of Done: a real-world example”