The pitfalls of project management - part 1
The goal of this article is to analyze common management pitfalls and offer possible solutions or approaches on how to best avoid them while providing the highest return of investment and value.
People of Symphony starring Miralem Halilovic: Finding that thread of passion that turns a hobby into a life-long profession
Time to meet Miralem! Miralem is a programming languages veteran, being in the IT industry for over 14 years, and getting his hands on almost every new field and technology that appeared.
Service resiliency with Spring Boot and Resilience4j
In this article, we will fully configure service-to-service communication, making our service/application always behave as expected, even in cases when the services it is trying to reach are behaving unpredictably - they may be fully down, or currently unavailable, or randomly failing to respond.
The ultimate management sin
The ultimate management sin. It sounds like this should be an easy sin to avoid, but it isn’t. You have some needs of your own as a manager, and these needs may run squarely against your intention to preserve and use wisely the time of the people working under you.
People of Symphony starring Marko Colic: Breaking Down the Fundamentals of DevOps Culture
Marko is one of the first community members to join Symphony from Banja Luka, and he recently celebrated his one-year anniversary. Ever since he started his career, Marko was set on the DevOps path, working with large systems and networks.
JPA Pitfalls: Generating IDs
This article is part of the JPA Pitfalls series. JPA makes it really easy to do things the wrong way, and makes it really unintuitive to do things right. In this blog post series I will go over some common JPA pitfalls, and introduce generating IDs.