Andreessen Horowitz’ view on when, why and how to bring outside CEO to your business.
Jon Gjengset’s excellent talk about why you should consider Rust for your next project.
I am a big proponent of structured logging for long time. Alex is doing a great job in describing how to start with structured logs within your Phoenix/Elixir application. You don’t need to end up using Loki to benefit.
Noria is a streaming data-flow system designed to act as a fast storage backend for read-heavy web applications. It acts like a database, but pre-computes and caches relational query results so that reads are blazingly fast. Noria automatically keeps cached results up-to-date as the underlying data, stored in persistent base tables, change.
Impact of per-broker resource parameters (like number of connections, number of partitions, and the request rate per broker) on the observed latency on Kafka messages at scale.
Obviously, you are not going to learn Rust in a half of hour. But I really enjoyed this article by Amos. He did a great job of throwing as much of Rust idioms at you as possible.
Couple of practical recommendations for scaling up your PostgreSQL. Also a good story on “how using the hosted SQL doesn’t cut it”.