I'm inspired to write "Why Microservices are like Polka Class."
I think you've started a trend.
And no, I don't do the polka.
I'm struggling to fit something to, "Why Bash is like the macarena".
What have I started ... :O
Like I said, it's a new trend! Keep an eye out for many more of these on Dev.to 😋
Poorly written bash is like the macarena, nobody understands a word of it, but it makes you contort in funny ways.
The mind boggles.
I’d help that get to the top 7 of the week.
If a relational db does ballet I can only assume a non-relational participates in freestyle.
The complete opposite end of the spectrum. Freestyle modern contemporary that I can’t get my head around at all.
I found myself smirking throughout the entire article lol. Well done.
At first, I thought you would have said "When I'm not working on data, or blogging about data or thinking about data, I go to sleep."
But I guess if that were the case, you wouldn't have written this post :P
Sleep is on my todo list somewhere :)
At the bottom like me?
I wonder what would happen if you sat your mates and teacher down and explained them SQL and databases through ballet :D
I'm tossing up whether this is going to hit the team blog at work tomorrow or if I skip over it for something a bit more serious.
I always post to Dev.to first to test the waters :)
My ballet friends just smile and nod when I talk data to them!
ahhaha I'm trying to picture their faces
Kind of like yesterday evening when my flatmate saw my laptop open, me tapping away in the terminal, convinced I've broken my computer :O
As a former ballerina, this is amazing! Great job.
Thank you 😊
I've been planning to write a "Why Programming Is Like Martial Arts" but thought it might be too silly. Now I'm definitely going to do it.
Looking forward to reading it soon!
Haha, I think you've just unlocked a whole new movement!
Movement... I see what you did there ;)
I can't wait for the next part discussing replication and horizontal scaling.
Note to myself: If I ever take ballet classes, should I just jump to the advanced level?
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