As I’ve shared in the last few articles for this category, I started sharing stuff on Twitter pretty regularly. But I don’t that much more either. So, given that I’ve started keeping a list of things in Apple Notes that I find useful, I thought I might as well return to form and share them here.
They will probably have a much longer shelf-life and maybe reach more people between subscribers and tweeting out a link to the post.
Week of 13 June 2021 Resources
For this week:
- Programming the Real World. “Consume backend APIs as simpler programmable building blocks for faster development of products, apps and services.”
- Introduction to Domain-Driven Design. Though I don’t do this as much as I did earlier in my career, I’m a fan of it and had the opportunity to take a week long course with the author of the paradigm. It’s something I think programmers should at least familiarize themselves with as it truly changes the way you think about solving business problems.
- A new major version of Laravel Event Sourcing. I don’t do anything with Laravel but I think the project is interesting and I’m a fan of just about anything Spatie publishes so if I have a chance to share it, I do.
- macOS 12.0 -where oh where is PHP. Most developers likely knew this was coming, but it’s official with the next release of macOS. Maybe opt to install with with
brewafter the update. 🙂
Here’s to two weeks in a row of getting material out for us (not that there’s a hard and fast rule but, y’know, it’s nice to
But as long as I’m around, I’ll keep this series going. So until next week-ish. 👋🏻