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This one comes in a bit late because, well Christmas.
I wasn't able to read much in November since I was in the midst of searching for a new job. And I got one :)
I'm really looking forward to starting there in the new year.
However, let's get back to this month's list.
- Mistake #1 - Stuffing every single app you've built into your GitHub
- Mistake #2 - Empty, Default or Scanty READMEs
- Mistake #3 - Including Apps that aren't Deployed Online
- Communication Skills
- How to Win Friends and Influence People (D. Carnegie)
- Mindset (C.S. Dweck)
- Working With Emotional Intelligence (D. Goleman)
- Debunk #1: Serverless is not Secure. Contrary to this myth, serverless is secure- maybe even MORE secure than other cloud hosting environments
- Debunk #2: Serverless is Costly. Wrong. Cost is one of the huge benefits as to why organizations move to serverless. It allows them to leverage an extremely efficient and agile infrastructure; only paying the providers for the compute used
- Debunk #3: It is not Compliant. Serverless architectures actually are compliant if you follow the appropriate protocols to secure serverless apps and data within that is outlined in the mandate- with some adjustments
- Debunk #4: WAF(Web Application Firewall) protection is enough. Contrary to this belief, it is not. For true serverless security, you actually need in essence “micro WAFs” to surround each code. After all, serverless is all about the function and the code
- Debunk #5: Lost control. From an outsider's perspective, serverless could feel overwhelming. With all of these functions deployed, how in the world can one maintain control and have visibility?
- Sharing Knowledge
- Develop your Brand
- Learning New Tech
- Introduce yourself to the Community
- Pick a Domain or Field
- Create a Platform
- Syndicate your content
- Post on Social Media
- Stay Consistent
- Stage 1: Clean code
- Stage 2: Programming Paradigms
- Stage 3: Object-Oriented Programming
- Stage 4: Design Principles
- Stage 5: Design Patterns
- Stage 6: Architectural Principles
- Stage 7: Architectural Styles
- Stage 8: Architectural Patterns
- Stage 9: Enterprise patterns
Merry Christmas and a happy new year.