“How Developers Stop Learning: Rise of the Expert Beginner“
A reminder we should always be learning and questioning the status quo. I was an Expert Beginner at coding, Object Oriented Programming, and in Testing. I thought I was “done“. Thankfully 16 years later, I hated it again.
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10 years later, I still see the “Piles on the Floor” and “Sock Drawer” architecture in new React projects. I still prefer feature based folders (aka modularity) so code that’s related is next to each other.
I don’t think you need AWS Mock to test your Lambdas.
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If you think you need it, it’s because you’re using global variables, or state, should be using dependency injection via stubs instead.
This is the best software rewrite article I’ve ever read. I knew about all the stories & blog posts they reference, but the lens this author uses + the lessons he pulls out are amazing.
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