InnerSpace 🚀

This year one of my annual resolutions was to be more present online.
I want to be more visible and share more content.
I want to create more articles and share them with more people.
Learn from feedback and grow the number of people with whom I interact.

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Author's profile picture Domenico Luciani on Life

The Fifteen-Factor App

Have you ever wondered how to deliver good Software As A Service? Nowadays, as developers, we spend most of our time delivering software as a service, but it brings a lot of uncertainties about how to do it properly. Do you know that we already have 15 tips that can help us to achieve that visionary goal?
I’ve been reading a lot about it, and I decided to summarise them in a small article. Let’s dig deeper and find more about this methodology and the fifteen factors which belong to it…

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Distributed Tracing

Recently I’ve seen a thread on Twitter regarding distributed tracing systems. I recognise that sometimes it’s an underestimated topic, so I thought to write a short and introductory article about it…

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Hello VMware

Two years ago I completely changed my life joining Thoughtworks. I moved abroad (Spain) and I grew so much in so many levels that it’s difficult to explain it…

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Author's profile picture Domenico Luciani on Life

Stop the data mess with the data mesh

One of the hottest topics of the moment in Big Data is undoubtedly the Data Mesh, but what is it? Why is this better than the solutions we had before? Do we need it? Should we adopt it?

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Manage your learning process with Toby

As a greedy learner, I used to find myself full of bookmarks of stuff I want to read or watch. I’ve never had a good place to keep all the things I read/watched until I found Toby.

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Author's profile picture Domenico Luciani on Life

Hacktoberfest 2020

Ah shit, here we go again. Another year passed, and another Hacktoberfest is over. I’ve just received my swag, and I can’t be more excited!

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Your codebase is your garden

I always liked the your codebase is like a garden metaphor, it says that writing software is like gardening, you have to take care of your garden in many ways and from time to time you have to move plants around relative to each other, consider how to take advantage of the wind, rain and sunlight to help your plants grow and stay healthy. Every day you have to monitor them and make adjustments as needed. Like your code. But how can we do it in practice and become good gardeners?

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Consumer Driven Contracts

During our journey as developers, we often have to use external APIs, integrate our systems with them and be sure that everything works smoothly, sometimes it becomes difficult because suddenly the systems we are interacting with change their behaviour, breaking our integration.
How to prevent it?

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