- Goodbye MongoDB, Hello PostgreSQL – Yorick Peterse from Olery tells why they have got tired of MongoDB and have migrated to PostgreSQL.
- The Data Engineering Ecosystem: An Interactive Map – a pretty interesting overview of widely used data engineering tools, such as message brokers, batch and stream processing tools, data bases etc.
- JVM Internals – an explanation of JVM internal mechanics including threads, memory, classloaders, exceptions etc.
- Why Are Geospatial Databases So Hard To Build? – the author tells about difficulties that a developer could experience creating scalable geospatial databases.
- A Microscope on Microservices – Coburn Watson from Netflix tells about their approach on monitoring microservice architecture. This idea of “magnifications” is pretty interesting IMHO.
- RabbitMQ Simulator and its hosted version. You can simulate message passing, routing and other RabbitMQ things in a browser. Not as functional as it can be, but still useful.
- Episode 222 of Software Engineering Radio: Nathan Marz on Real-Time Processing with Apache Storm. The creator of Apache Storm tells about its history, architecture and use cases.
- Episode 20 of Functional Geekery. Eric B. Merritt on Erlang.
- RethinkDB is hiring a system engineer. C++ developer is still a sexy job.
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