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German Gonzalez-Morris

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Campbell Ritchie wrote:I think I have mentioned this here earlier this week, but do you really want speed reading? Are you risking missing something, particularly if natural language text has more redundancy allowing readers to understand it more easily?



Yes, I know it is not the best practice, however under certain circumstances, the workload is more significant than expected, and speed reading could be a workaround.

And that's the core of my question. Do you have any successful experience with it?
6 days ago

Felienne Hermans wrote:Do you mean speed reading of code or of text?



reading code (that may have a relationship reading text?)
6 days ago
Hi Felienne,

It is understandable to find cognitive topics in the book's index, and the titles make sense. Do you have any personal (or third party) about improving speed reading? (li.e.: improving pull request analysis, or any other skill).

Regards,

German
1 week ago
Hello Mohamed,

How do you handle cloud-native services (for example) to AWS services, such as S3, DynamoDB, Step Functions?

Perhaps, there is a mapping among Native service (repository, ETL, etc.) and proprietary Cloud Platform.

Regards,

German


3 weeks ago
Hello Yehonathan,

This  is an interesting paradigm, in particular starting from separations of code from data, nevertheless, I wonder about "Control concurrency in highly scalable systems."

Does this approach also is based on immutability, or there are other aspects to achieve that control?

(perhaps eventually consistency?)


Regards,

German


Hello Daniel,

This looks like a cool book from basic to advanced topics.

It paid attention about Memoization from TOC.

How deep do you go into Memoization ?

Regards,

German
2 months ago
Hello & Welcome,

Is The Career Toolkit targeted for junior developers?
Or also, it can be helpful for senior devs?

Regards,

Germán
3 months ago
Hi Laurentiu,

How quickly is the idea of the book For a junior developer?
Maybe it can be read in a week?

Similar to a reference book?
(as a good starting point).

Regards,


Germán
5 months ago
Hi Michael,

Is there any example like state management on the server-side?
Similar to a state machine?

I understand by decoupling the micro-frontend should be necessary, in particular, with complex workflows.

Regards,

German

Hello Craig,

I see this new edition has Reactive paradigm; how much new stuff does it have, and how do you define which modules of Spring ecosystem are included?

For instance, spring-state-machine (some kind related to old-spring-webflow seems not to be there) doesn't seem to be included.

Regards,

Germán
8 months ago
Hello,

Does the book make references to failure use of Scrum?

Or failures of Scrum itself?

I feel still hype on Agile processes and see how we can remove overhead from it.

Regards,

Germán
It sounds good... first we need to understand well about concurrent paradigm for later use any specific API.
Hi Marco,

Thread Safety chapter is about good practice of concurrent programming only, or also using Java API, including CompletableFuture ?

Regards,

Germán
WLS 12.1.3 uses CDI 1.0

WLS 12.2.1 uses CDI 1.1

please check (and upgrade) CDI version of your code.
1 year ago
is Apache configured with wls_mod plugin to become a load balancer among that cluster ?

1 year ago