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Patterns: structure

problem:Invalid input data causing your software to crash midway through its execution is expensive, both in terms of processing power and resolution time.

description:Avoid wasting resources by not processing data that is known to be invalid. Provide clear feedback on what is wrong with the input data to allow for quick resolution.

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Resources: structure

Think Faster, Talk Smarter

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Abrahams, M. (2023) Think Faster, Talk Smarter. S&S/Simon Element. isbn: 978-1668010303.

In ‘Think Faster, Talk Smarter’, Abrahams tackles the challenge of impromptu presentations and unexpected public speaking situations. Providing a range of communication techniques, he equips readers with the skills to excel in spontaneous communication scenarios. The book delves into various message structuring methods to enhance clarity, with a central theme: ‘Prepare and organize your thoughts’. Contrary to intuition, honing your communication skills through practice enables you to confidently respond when put on the spot.

While the book caters to a broad audience, including those not aspiring to be public speakers, ‘Think Faster, Talk Smarter’ offers a wealth of practical advice and insightful tips to elevate interpersonal communication. By following Abrahams’ guidance, readers can improve their message delivery and become more engaging speakers. This book is not just about public speaking; it’s a valuable tool for anyone seeking to enhance their overall communication effectiveness.

complexity categories: beginner mixed

Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow

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Skelton, M.; Pais, M. (2019) Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow. It Revolution Press. isbn: 9781942788829.

What is the best way to organize your team? How can you ensure that your team is set up for success? Is there a way to structure your team that will allow for fast flow of work? In Team Topologoes, the authors evolve the idea behind DevOps Topologies into a model for or organizational design. Based on the idea that the structure of your team will influence the flow of work, the authors present a model to design team boundaries and communication lines based on the need for interaction between the teams.

The authors suggest four essential team types and three interaction models, and present multiple real-world cases where the topologies approach was used to great effect. This book is a recommended read for anyone interested in team dynamics, organizational design, and the flow of work within corporate settings.

complexity categories: advanced reference