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I recently found this repo, and I think this is the perfect channel to share it: *An organized learn

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Chemaclass Tech Lead Spryker Solution Partner Posts: 213 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet

I recently found this repo, and I think this is the perfect channel to share it:
An organized learning path on Clean Code, Test-Driven Development, Legacy Code, Refactoring, Domain-Driven Design and Microservice Architecture.
https://github.com/joebew42/study-path

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    U018XELUZS9 Posts: 167 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet
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    Had a quick look to that guide and clicked some links, some of the videos, books, practices and mentioned stuff is something I already saw in the past. I think this list is the best summary of all that resources in one place. This is pure gold 🪙

    What I really liked was "All the Little Things" (shows also how important it is to not focus too much at DRY, but first understand which abstraction makes sense before refactoring)

    I was also happy to see Mutation Testing on that list, I've just recently wrote a blog post on how we introduced that into our Spryker project.

    In addition I really can recommend to have a look at the talks of Rich Hickey, e.g.:
    • Hammock Driven Development (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f84n5oFoZBc, auf deutsch "Hängematten getriebene Entwicklung")

    • Simple Made Easy (https://www.infoq.com/presentations/Simple-Made-Easy/)

    Oh boy, I'm more than 10 years in the industry and there is still so much to learn 😅