Hey Vaidehi thanks for sharing the article.
I am not sure about what to expect from base distributed series.
I being a professional software engineer, could expect what topics would be present in your basecs series but my distributed systems knowledge is pretty weak and I am not able to come up with topics that you are going to discuss in this series except CAP theorem, storage scalability, system design.
Can you please share the topics you are planning on sharing here? I want to improve my distributed system knowledge. Any book recommendations?
I am writing this series as I am learning about distributed systems as well! Basically this means that I also don't know all the topics I will cover, and in what order, so I can't share them because I also don't know just yet. I am basically covering the topics as I go along writing them :)
As far as recommendations go, at the bottom of every post I share a bunch of resources that I found useful in my learning, and I recommend taking a look at those. I hope that this is helpful!
Thanks for a quick response, this helps. I am curious to know about how are you going about learning distributed systems? What resources are you using?
Whenever I learn a new programming language, I learn the basic syntax and solve standard algorithm problems to get the hang of the language. Later I keep picking up new stuff as I am working.
This method doesn't work for distributed systems. For example CAP theorem, I need to figure out use cases in which availability or consistency or partition tolerance is preferred. May be you will run into this issue as well.
I am not sure how to practically apply distributed systems having a single laptop. May be I need to use docker images, free tire of firebase or aws to learn more about this.
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