What did I learn this week (2021) - 06

  1. Myanmar's third and current constitution was published in 2008 and was drafted by the military named Tatmadaw. 25% of seats in the Parliament of Myanmar are reserved for serving military officers. The ministries of home, border affairs and defense have to be headed by a serving military officer. The military also appoints one of the country's two vice presidents. Hence, the country's civilian leaders have little influence over the security establishment.
  2. Shotgun surgery is an anti-pattern in software development and occurs where a developer adds features to an application codebase which span a multiplicity of implementors or implementations in a single change.
  3. relentless.com redirects to amazon.com
  4. Conway's law is an adage stating that organizations design systems which mirror their own communication structure.
  5. How to plant tapioca stem cuttings. A worker named Sibychan, whom I called to help me plant some tapioca in the land showed me how to identify the top and bottom of a tapioca stem cutting. This is perfectly explainded by the below image.

Tapioca Stem Source: flgardening.com

  1. MassTransit: MassTransit is a free, open-source distributed application framework for .NET. MassTransit makes it easy to create applications and services that leverage message-based, loosely-coupled asynchronous communication for higher availability, reliability, and scalability.

  2. Scrutor is a small open source library that provides a fluent API to register services in your Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection container based on conventions.

  3. FluentValidation: A small validation library for .NET that uses a fluent interface and lambda expressions for building validation rules.