Here you can find a list of external sources we would like to share with you, because we think they are really worthy to read or watch. Don’t loose time and convince yourself!
Nowadays we consume so much input that we are prone to the illusion of knowledge. To really learn from our inputs, we need to make use of the newly acquired information. Turn it into an experience. Then we can critically examine, combine and discuss these experiences. This is when knowledge turns into wisdom.
This is actually a video by Christina Lee, presented at 360|AnDev 2016. With gorgeous examples it gives a good overview of reactive programming using the Reactive Extensions (e.g. RxJava). The topics introduced are observables, LINQ and schedulers.
This is a blog post about OMTM - The One Metric That Matters. A very interesting approach to analytics, where you focus and measure your success with one single metric. It's preferably used by startups and small companies in their early days. If you want to know why, then go and see for yourself :)
Do you read books on the toilet? You definitely should as software developer, co-founder and lecturer Daniel Lindner states in this cheeky but quite serious post. Gather wisdom by checking out his list of suitable books and give it a try!
This is an interesting talk to get an understanding about functional reactive programming. It is presented by Senior Software Engineer Juan Gomez, who is working for Netflix. The talk itself is presented by the Realm Academy which provides loads of great talks and tutorials.