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re: Ten Cognitive Biases to Look Out For as a Developer
lol
re: Deploying an HTTP API on AWS using Lambda and API Gateway
Haha I know the feeling! Glad it was helpful to you :)
re: What makes an IT job offering or company appealing to you? (she/her/hers only)
Thank you so much for your input!
re: What makes an IT job offering or company appealing to you? (she/her/hers only)
Thank you so much! Totally agree 👍
re: Resilience Design Patterns: Retry, Fallback, Timeout, Circuit Breaker
Isn't envoy part of Istio?
re: Explain like I'm five: How does docker application update work?
TBH, you should use what works best for you! If you're fine...
re: Docker Demystified
Done!
re: Explain like I'm five: How does docker application update work?
For every Environment that was deployed? Isn't that the p...
re: Explain like I'm five: How does docker application update work?
Hi! However, if that's how it's done, how do Update proce...
re: Docker Demystified
I agree. On the other hand if Docker goes down, nobody will...
re: Docker Demystified
Just being the devil's advocate here: Why is the availabili...
re: Docker Demystified
Yeah some of the cluster managers have their own networking...
re: Docker Demystified
Sure! When starting a server inside a container and having...
re: Docker Demystified
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re: Ten Cognitive Biases to Look Out For as a Developer
Glad you liked it Jaime!
re: Monitoring AWS Lambda Functions With CloudWatch
Did you read the documentation?
re: Monitoring AWS Lambda Functions With CloudWatch
Hi! I am not sure I understand your question. Can you elabo...
re: Ten Cognitive Biases to Look Out For as a Developer
This is so true! I am always trying to be positive and give...
re: Ten Cognitive Biases to Look Out For as a Developer
Totally agree! There are nice posters to remind you of logi...
re: What I Did Not Know About Scala And Its Standard Library
Hi! I'm not familiar with that site but it looks rather fis...
re: Event Handling in AWS using SNS, SQS, and Lambda
The message processing might fail because there is somethin...
re: Event Handling in AWS using SNS, SQS, and Lambda
When putting SQS between SNS and Lambda you don't need a de...
re: What do you think the role software architect does?
Hi! I can really recommend Design It! by Michael Keeling.
re: Event Handling in AWS using SNS, SQS, and Lambda
I totally agree with you. I also find it hard to stay on to...
re: What I Did Not Know About Scala And Its Standard Library
Hi! Glad you liked it:) What do you mean by scope of the l...
re: Vert.x Kotlin Coroutines
Hi! Thanks for the comment :) Would you mind sharing a lin...
re: Vert.x Kotlin Coroutines
Hi Marco! I don't think you misunderstood and this is an e...
re: Window Functions in Stream Analytics
I think the terminology is a bit confusing and the differen...
re: Window Functions in Stream Analytics
From what I see in the blog what they call "sliding windows...
re: Quality Attributes in Software
How about "non-hackability" and "performability"? :D Thank...
re: I don't like remote working
I was feeling the same way but after my son was born the ex...
re: What is faster? Read file CSV or Oracle table?
Can I get better upload performance if I connect to the or...
re: Handwritten Digit Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Networks
I can certainly try. Would you be able to provide me with m...
re: Concurrency and Automatic Conflict Resolution
Glad you liked it!
re: Concurrency and Automatic Conflict Resolution
Here you go @maphengg :) Fulfilling your request and writi...
re: How do you stop the desire to learn too much?
you read articles about a lot of stuff and when you come a...
re: The database that can store the Internet
Haha way to go! I once thought about writing a database wit...
re: Read Efficient Data Structures
Thanks for the reply! I agree with you it turned out to be ...
re: Continuous Delivery on AWS With Terraform and Travis CI
Hi Graham, Thank you for your comment! Would you mind shar...
re: A Primer on Serverless Computing: AWS Lambda vs Google Cloud Functions vs Azure Functions
Thanks for sharing! I believe that it has become very commo...
re: Hit Me Baby One More Time - What Are Cache Hits and Why Should You Care?
Hey Ricardo, Glad you enjoyed the post :) You are right t...
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
For the first case, for us to know the position by index s...
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
Ok I read the post again and I'm not sure if we have UO = 2...
re: Infrastructure as Code - Managing AWS With Terraform
I agree with you. I think one of the reasons is that it is ...
re: Memory Efficient Data Structures
Thank you so much Kyle! Glad you liked it. It's hard to str...
re: Infrastructure as Code - Managing AWS With Terraform
Glad you enjoyed it Sir Mo!
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
Please note that in a log, i.e. the update optimal solution...
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
Ahhh now I see where the issue is. Please take a closer loo...
re: Pixel Wars: Using Pusher in Elm
Thank you so much for sharing this!
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
Got it! Was my explanation of the deterministic MO = 1 stru...
re: A Zero-Fricton Terraform Primer
Haha amazing! I just finished my post about Terraform yeste...
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
Hi Daniel, MO = 1 by definition can only be reached if the...
re: Welcome Thread - v12
Hi Chris! Nice to have you on board :)
re: Algorithms and Data Structures in JavaScript
Hi Isaac, I think the chart was taken from bigocheatsheet....
re: Algorithms and Data Structures in JavaScript
Hi Oleksii! Thanks for sharing. Where'd you get the image ...
re: Handwritten Digit Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Thanks for letting me know. I was aware that the models are...
re: Handwritten Digit Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Got LSTM on my To-Do list, already. Definately going to che...
re: Handwritten Digit Recognition Using Convolutional Neural Networks
Hi Raunak, glad you enjoyed the post :) I tried to make it...
re: Caught Red-Handed!
That's a fly, not a bug!
re: Machine Learning career path
Hi Costin, I want to become one of the top machine learni...
re: Lessons Learned: My First Smartphone Game
Thanks for sharing!
re: Update Efficient Data Structures
Thank you for the link. I also found the post Hashtables vs...
re: Update Efficient Data Structures
Thanks for the question! I am not that familiar with tries ...
re: Update Efficient Data Structures
Glad to hear that you like Data Engineering and also that m...
re: RUM Conjecture - Reasoning About Data Access
Agreed. The RUM conjecture is more about the trade-off you ...
re: Read Efficient Data Structures
Hi Karim! Glad you enjoyed the post. I stumbled upon the R...
re: Hit Me Baby One More Time - What Are Cache Hits and Why Should You Care?
I totally agree with you! I feel that going down to the nit...
re: Read Efficient Data Structures
Thank you so much Rafal. I already started working on the n...
re: Read Efficient Data Structures
Thanks Ben!
re: Who's looking for open source contributors? (April 9 edition)
If you are using Apache Spark, check out DDQ. The code base...
re: Hit Me Baby One More Time - What Are Cache Hits and Why Should You Care?
At which point would you like to make use of memcached?
re: Microbenchmarking your Scala Code
I see. I learned a lot during the writing and discussion pr...
re: Microbenchmarking your Scala Code
the expectation is (going to use Python's syntax here) tha...
re: Microbenchmarking your Scala Code
I wrote a simple merge sort which is not tail recursive and...
re: Microbenchmarking your Scala Code
I agree with you that it is indeed not very efficient. It b...
re: Microbenchmarking your Scala Code
Thank you!
re: Microbenchmarking your Scala Code
Thank you so much! I'm always spending way more time than I...
re: Explain Agile Like I'm a Sports Student
A good board is definitely useful! We found that a physica...
re: What's the dumbest bug you caused yourself
Neither is git add . :P
re: What I Did Not Know About Scala And Its Standard Library
Haha thanks for the feedback! I totally agree. If something...
re: Making The Invalid Impossible - Choosing The Right Data Model
I agree. You have to understand whether you want availabili...
re: Making The Invalid Impossible - Choosing The Right Data Model
Thanks for sharing! I think there is a misconception here. ...
re: Making The Invalid Impossible - Choosing The Right Data Model
Thanks for the comment! I agree with you that the solution ...
re: Hiding Complexity Does Not Make It Go Away, Or Does It?
I totally agree with you. It is usually better to use data ...
re: Benchmarks comparing gRPC+Protobuf vs JSON+HTTP in Go
Thanks for the comparison! To me this makes a lot of sense ...
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