Architecture Weekly #173 - 1st April 2024

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Webinar #18 - Laïla Bougriâ: Debug your thinking

Friday, March 29, 2024

Watch now (87 mins) | Did you feel that you need to debug your mind? Did your (or your colleague's) biases impact your decision-making? How to improve it? How do you reason about the reasoning?

Architecture Weekly #172 - 25th March 2024

Monday, March 25, 2024

This time, we did an all-around journey from understanding where money comes from, so budgeting. Then we followed the money and discussed OSS sustainability issues on the example of Redis and their

Architecture Weekly #171 - 18th March 2024

Monday, March 18, 2024

We started by checking why May may be the month of Event Sourcing. Then we discussed Figma's way of dealing with database horizontal scaling and saw what new database improvements can bring WASM

Architecture Weekly #170 - 11th March 2024

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This time, we took a deep dive into being Secure By Design. We analysed and compared Google's and the White House's recommendations. We looked at the Event Interception pattern and discussed if

Architecture Weekly #169 - 4th March 2024

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Today, We did a roundtrip through the big tech case studies: Uber, Doordash, Stripe and more. We compared their takes on the emerging trends like cell-based architectures, we discussed Stripe's

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