Subject: Polymorphism in React, gathering metrics via OpenTelemetry, AWS meetups 🚀

How to react to corrective feedback? Bright dev newsletter is here!

Hi Friend,

it is time for our monthly bunch of inspirations:

🟧 AWS Tricity meetup group,

🟧 programming and passion in the JVM world,

🟧  from MVP to a final product – get free tips,

🟧 Polymorphism for flexible components in React,

🟧 suspend and non-suspend as parameter in Kotlin,

🟧  gathering metrics via OpenTelemetry,

🟧 4 tips to respond to feedback effectively.


stay up-to-date with AWS Tricity meetings

The goal of the group is to share the knowledge about everything AWS-related.

If you are an AWS enthusiast or you would like to learn how to use it effectively, feel more than welcome to join. It is a chance to meet live and exchange experiences on how to implement different AWS tools to create secure solutions.

ocean, sky and Kotlin world – a few words about passion and JVM

Sailing the Atlantic, skydiving, steering a plane… He has done it all. Apart from that he’s a Kotlin enthusiast open for some coding in Scala as well. Meet Bartek, the most adventurous bright team member!

from MVP to a final product - free ebook

This is the ultimate guide for CTOs, product owners and startup founders who are considering launching a new product. Why should your start with MVP? What mistakes should you avoid? What factors determine the cost of MVP? Get your copy now!

embracing Polymorphism for flexible components

Polymorphism is here to save you! It will help you build reusable components, no matter if you're a React rookie or a seasoned pro. Prepare yourself for an expedition through the essentials, advanced techniques, and real-life use cases commonly found in various codebases. 

accept suspend and non-suspend as parameter in Kotlin

Instead of creating two analogous functions just to be able to provide both suspend and regular functions as parameters.

how to gather metrics via OpenTelemetry

OpenTelemetry defines standards for exchanging diagnostic information that are in the application and visualisation tools. It stands on three pillars: traces, metrics and logs. If you want to know how you can use it in your JVM system, take a look below.

how to react to corrective feedback

How do you react when you get corrective feedback from someone? Is it easy for you to accept you might be wrong? Do you take things personally? Do you feel offended? There are a few simple tips that can help you react properly and get the most out of what you hear.

bright devtalks 🎧

The podcast is in Polish and each episode tells the story about how to deal with different dilemmas in software developer's world. In the episode 7 we dived into the topic of app security!

see you in August!