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When in startup mode, a very important thing is to be flexible. Your product isn’t defined well-enough yet and it can change frequently and drastically. We knew that and decided to use Python – it’s simple and allows very fast development. Business grew and we started having clients. With every new client, our understanding of… Continue reading Think twice before adding another language to your micro-services architecture
Over the last 3 years, I’ve reviewed more than 1,000 pull (merge) requests. During that time I learned a lot – mostly about how not to review code, how to make the process less painful, what makes good-quality code and so on. Pull request needs to do just one thing This is the single most… Continue reading I made over 1,000 code reviews – this is what I learned
If you have: a project that is running tens, or even hundreds of micro-services, with multiple teams handling different parts, all being connected with Kafka, how do you ensure other developers can easily talk to any micro-service? Pros and Cons of an API I’m not completely sure if explicitly defining an API is the best… Continue reading Should you explicitly define APIs when using Micro-services?
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