Java is under-hyped, SQLite is what you need, Queues are considered harmful, Programming is hard, Distributed systems with Aquamarine.
Internet Archive Infrastructure, Foundational distributed systems papers, Advanced Vim, Six decades of software engineering . . .
Chaos is good, do you rotate ssh-keys?, immutable architectures, observability beyond keywords, taming latency variability . . .
SRE practices, dependability and fault tolerance , proof of History, become productive, interview with Brenden Eich . . .
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Container publishing system, notes on Paxos, how NATS came to be, Dependency confusion ...
Slack outage post-mortem, cargo cult software engineering, Tensorflow, failure detection, you don't need Kafka.
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Scaling Postgres, Unison a programming language, Open source not open contribution, High price of mistrust, Fast flexible paxos ...
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Open source discrimination, that's not how 2FA works, Kubernetes networking, productivity in pandemic, What happened to NoSQL? . . .
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Scaling legacy DB, Patterns of distributed systems, Compartmentalize MultiPaxos, Observability and Monitoring, Mastering Chaos, On call culture . . .
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Setup base station on your own, learnings from a 45 years career in software, Wasmer - containerise anything, ~1000 line distributed KeyValue, deployin…
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Readings on time, why time is evil, Monolithic data lake, Abstraction, CRDTs, tracing and debugging in distributed systems, evidence based software eng…