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  • GitHub’s Journey from Monolith to Microservices

    This article explores GitHub's recent journey towards a microservices architecture. It takes a deeper look at GitHub’s historical and current state, goes over some internal and external factors, and discusses practical consideration points in how Github tackled their migration, including key concepts and best practices of implementing microservices architecture.

  • DEI Is Rooted in Justice: Stop Making it about Profit

    Diversity, equity, and inclusion practices exist for the betterment of every single person within a company from the ground floor to the glass ceilings. Don't build a case for diversity, equity, and inclusion. You are an establishment that depends on other humans to operate your business and bring success. Their sense of belonging, inclusion, and psychological safety is your direct responsibility.

  • Leading during Times of High Uncertainty and Change

    To help teams succeed during uncertain times, leaders need to navigate different horizons; managing themselves and building strong relationships with their teams. Organisations need leadership at all levels. In order to be successful, leaders should develop skills for self-management, delegation, dealing with ambiguity, managing in all directions, systems thinking, and leading through context.

  • Server-Side Wasm: Today and Tomorrow - Q&A with Connor Hicks

    At QCon this year, Connor Hicks presented the opportunities linked to using Web Assembly outside of the browser. Hicks addressed current and future server-side use cases for WebAssembly. He explained how Wasm and its ecosystem allow developers to craft serverless applications by declaratively composing serverless functions written in different languages.

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