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Now in order to create the service we need a couple of other components: Logger m , Cache m , Counter m and ForexClient m.
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By making it polymorphic we get to choose our effect type and the dependencies needed while at the same type we apply the principle of least power. This gives us parametric reasoning. The testing approach I followed is to create different interpreters for the dependencies of the main service and then run some property tests on it. Finally, you need to choose a test library. I went with hedgehog. Eg: below is the definition of the rates test. If we get a Right rs then we assert that the rate is equals to the one cached or the one returned by the forex client.
It also allows you to generate documentation from the API definition using swagger. These are some of the best practices I know of nowadays.
Anyway, I hope you can get something out of it! And where has it been easy? And in my reflection, I thought it might be helpful to share a few of my lessons learned. These 10 lessons will likely be familiar. I think a lot of people experience these along the way and have shared them, but I want to make sure I can provide some positivity for those who are struggling and a healthy reminder for those who are plugging way doing the work. Looking back at my writing over the last year and a half there were times where it got difficult to come up with anything to write about.
And this made it hard to get my one blog post per week minimum up. I really had to stretch myself. In some cases, I minimally edited a previous post and published it again.
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Turns out, this is OK! We will always run out of great ideas. And we must keep a list or notebook to file away our ideas as they come to us. I have found when I am really humming away, I need to be dropping ideas into my journal so I can come back to them later. So save up your ideas!
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I naturally want to compete with others who are writing on the same topic as me. However, this is detrimental to audience building and to your personal growth as a writer! Networking is part of the game. If you want to succeed at writing, you need to be connecting with other writers. This is what makes Medium so great. It gives you the opportunity to connect with writers who are really succeeding and those who are just starting out. It builds us up. This is one of the first lessons I learned from Jeff Goins. The idea is this: You will become better when you put your work out there. It will be hard to take feedback, but it will make you better at your craft.
And this has been one of the most important ways I have experienced growing in my writing. I have learned to take the chance and share what I have to say. Most of the time, feedback is good. Sometimes, it really sucks.
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All feedback will make you a better writer. I shared at the beginning, how I mostly write in the morning. This seems to be a sacred time for most writers, Anthony Moore , for example wrote in the early mornings before his family woke up and at lunches during his day job when he was starting out.
It is a typically time to write. A writer who wants to succeed, NEED to commit to setting a time to write and then write.
No one else can choose when, where, and how you will write. They can choose everything which keeps you from writing, but they will not choose the time, place, and circumstance you will write in. Only you can choose. You may already know what I am saying here. There is nothing like reading a headline which really grabs your attention and then having the writer tell you how dumb or stupid you are as a person. Little did I know it was going to be the catalyst for my author dream to become a reality. I ended up not going with that initial offer, but it did make me re-think my goal of writing my first business book a little more seriously.
In addition to this infographic, and staying on the same subject, you might want to listen to this episode of YoupreneurFM , where I delve into writing a book is one of the easiest and fastest ways to build a profitable online brand.