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New Trends in Tech – The Easter Reading List

Our Developers compiled a technology reading list compiled of interesting reads on recent trends in the IT industry. Have a look!

Since we will be spending some more time at home during the Easter holidays, we thought it may be useful to share our IT reading list with you, recommended by our developer community at Zartis.com

Below you will find a technology reading list on recent changes in popular technologies and products that hopefully interest you as much as they did our engineering teams.

Minimal Viable Architecture

If you are at an early stage of your project, you may want to go through this presentation about choosing the right architecture for the right company stage. It also explains the reasons for these choices. It’s a useful piece in the never-ending “services vs monolith” discussions.

Testing Strategies in a Microservice Architecture

This one is interesting for anyone who want to test their microservices based platform. It covers all topics from unit testing to end to end testing and a number of approaches for managing the additional testing complexity of multiple independently deployable components.

Lessons from 6 software rewrite stories

Here is an article analysing software rewrite stories. If you are considering a change in your systems, and do not want to start from scratch, this piece will be very useful! It will show you the commonalities in big, successful rewrites.

C# 8 asynchronous streams

Explore the new C# 8 asynchronous streams feature which makes it easy to create and consume asynchronous enumerables. In this piece you will find more information not only on asynchronous streams, but also the IEnumerable interface.

What’s new in JavaScript – ES2020

The new ES2020 features are out! Here are the changes that were observed as well as the brand new enhanced specification for JS. Have a look!

What happens when the maintainer of a JS library downloaded 26m times a week goes to prison?

For reality lovers, find out who gets the custody of the Code-JS library on Github if the father goes to prison.

Hope these will help make use of the extra time we have now and keep you entertained and learning at the same time! 

Have a happy and productive time off! 

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