Learn how to organize all identity-related tables in a single database when building an identity microservice.
Get a better understanding of the principle that is not only about separating things, but also bringing them together when they are related. Limit the impact of changes!
The Dependency Inversion Principle helps us building decoupled systems, and one way to achieve this is by turning some classes into interfaces and using Dependency Injection, Service Locator, Factory or some other pattern, right? Well then. I believe you already know or have at least heard about these concepts and techniques, but even then there’s […]
Exceptions are often handled indiscriminately, but there are only two cases when you should do it. Here’s how to make the best use of exceptions.
You make extensive use of interfaces, but the system remains tightly coupled. What gives? Learn when interfaces are actually useful, and how.
Learn how to use this powerful technique that helps to avoid coupling while also guiding towards the Single Responsibility and Open-Closed principles.
When defining the public APIs of your classes, you need to consider whether a property or method you chose to expose is helping the consumers address an immediate goal in full.
Complex concepts can be simplified, and if you can see a problem more simply, you can solve it smarter and faster.
The new way of thinking about software development that enables you to write better code faster.
A simple, easy-to-use technique that helps keeping code-coupling low, enabling you to evolve your Domain model without introducing breaking changes.