In the last year, I have been reflecting a lot on the decisions making process.
Not specifically how I make a decision but how people are making decisions in general.
The question that often bubbles in my mind is WHY, why I made that decision, why my colleague took that decision instead of the other one, why that person is approaching that problem from that angle.
Sometimes I really struggle to understand certain decisions made by people and this is not necessarily a bad thing but it made me wonder.
I started giving an answer to the following questions:
In the past 5 years, I had the opportunity to work in an OTT platform called DAZN that streams live and on-demand sports events across the globe.
During this journey, we had to overcome several challenges considering we were (and still are) pioneers of live video streaming.
After the first release, I realized in order to scale the organization we had to rethink our platform to allow us scaling not only from a technology point of view but also from a people perspective.
For achieving this, we had to review several approaches and common practices for scaling our company and…
In the past year (2019) I spent a lot of time talking, writing, podcasting and just chatting with people about micro-frontends.
I’m truly passionate about the topic, mainly because it’s still an unexplored land where challenges arise every single day.
During all my talks, workshops and webinars I was building step by step a mental model that allowed me to simplify my thoughts for making them approachable by people listening to me or reading my contents. …
Considering all the comments, emails and comments on socials I’m receiving about micro-frontends material I prepared in the past months, I thought might be helpful gathering all the activities I’m doing in this post, keeping a sort of “diary” of what’s coming next, what I’ve done so far and maybe sharing some ideas for the next activities.
So this page will be updated regularly, therefore, bookmark 📌 this page if you don’t wanna miss any update!
In this way, if there are topics you are interested in you can easily add a comment and I can consider to focus my…
Yesterday, after coming back from the walk with my dogs, I have seen a few notifications on Twitter where people tagged me asking to share my thoughts on the thread started by Dan Abramov regarding micro-frontends:
If you are following me, you know I’m very passionate about micro-frontends and I’m working with them for a while, I’m also keeping an open mind analysing different approaches and understanding their PROs and CONs. …
I’ve always spent a lot of time reading, attending conferences, researching different topics and those learnings really helped me shape my career, one of them is definitely Domain Driven Design (DDD).
Let’s take a step back first, why am I talking about DDD?
One thing that always puzzled me in this industry is the lack of learnings from different technology communities, for instance, we can find quite a lot food for thoughts when we examine the principles behind microservices more than focusing on the bare implementation.
On the backend side, there are often practices, methodologies, more in general ideas, that are…
First of all and foremost, there are 2 schools of thoughts about how a micro-frontend should look like, as explained in the previous article where I was explained different implementations of micro-frontends, there are implementations where a micro-frontend correspond to an area of the user interface, others where the micro-frontend is a SPA or a single page.
When we consider the micro-frontends implementation based on different logical areas of the application (like a header, a footer, a payment form and so on)…
Considering the great feedback of the first post on micro-frontends and the questions received about the approach we are taking in DAZN, I decided to share a bit more about this topic.
In this post, I am covering one of the many possible implementations of a micro-frontends architecture.
Despite micro-frontends are a new model for our frontend applications, many companies tried to embrace the principles behind them and they have created multiple implementations for solving their frontend and organisation challenges.
I think is worth mentioning some of them before jumping in how we have designed our implementation, this is not…
In the past 30 months, I had the opportunity to work on one of the most challenging architectures I’ve ever designed in my career.
The main requirements were based on the speed of delivery, scalability and code quality.
Frontend applications are becoming more challenging daily and achieving those requirements in a company with a massive growth like DAZN was far to be an easy task.
The first step for me was identifying how to achieve those requirements in a meaningful manner, therefore, I started thinking how I can reach those goals in an ideal world and then work retrospectively through…
This morning during my commuting time I read a post on Lit-HTML and this templating library intrigued me at the level that I needed to experiment as soon as possible, so I took a night off because I was curious to see this new approach in action.
DISCLAIMER: If you are an expert on Lit-HTML I beg you pardon if I didn’t report all the latest on lit or some information in this post are not up to date 😅 but if you are a curious like me 🤠, you may have found the right place understand what Lit-HTML is…