Another busy week, including a night with Sydney to celebrate 6 months together. In putting together this week’s list, I found that I already had enough interesting links after just 2 days of collecting to make a complete, so I decided to publish today, 4/25/17. Going forward, this series will no longer be weekly, but more of a “whenever, wherever” approach once I hit a number of links I feel is appropriate. You can bet on this being multiple times a week.
In other blog-related news, something I’m hoping to do more of in the future is to include some posts about the books I’m reading and now that I’ve restructured my time at home to open up another hour or so, I’ll most likely be doing just that.
- Vaccination rates recover in northern California after state-sponsored personal exception rules are repealed.
- The latest post from the economist Michael Pettis’ blog on China’s unexpectedly high first quarter growth numbers.
- A short overview of a team’s experience migrating from monoliths to microservices.
- A breakdown of the latest bit of bad press to hit Uber; this time over “fingerprinting” of iPhones against Apple’s guidelines.
- The situation on the Korean peninsula escalates as North Korea conducts live-fire exercises while the US moves more naval power to the region.
- The first part in a series on implementing microservices and the potential benefits for engineering organizations.
- The second in the aforementioned series on microservices. (I got to this series a bit late, but I’ll be keeping my eye on it from now on.)
- The “Tao” of Microservices: a webinar.