Newsletter sent on 3rd April 2020,
errata corrige sent the following day
Good Friday morning from London, Europe.
We live in hard times. I hope that, despite the global situations, you all (my readers) are safe, and your dears are safe as well. I can imagine that many of you are experiencing some degree of economic difficulties – but that’s likely something that we can fix later, as long as we are in good health.
Let’s be positive. Being forced at home, I’m reading a lot. Books and online articles. For this reason, this issue of Federico-Razzoli.com UPDATEs is rich of links. Hope you’ll find them interesting.
I kindly remind you that the webinar JSON in MySQL and MariaDB databases will take place on Monday 6th March 2020, on 15:00 London time.
- Why do startups need Database Health Checks? – Startups should hire a database administrator soon. Until they do that, they should use support from an external consultant. Here’s why.
Articles from the web
Check the new ClickHouse Playground!
- Security: Data Masking in MySQL 8.0 server
- How to create an REST API with Rust and PostgreSQL
- Understanding bytes in Go by building a TCP protocol – A great guide by my former colleague Ilija Eftimov
IT and Database strategy
- Open Source Moves From Rebel to Mainstream
- You’re not writing code, you’re solving problems
- Why Python is not the programming language of the future – Python is my language of choice for almost anything that is too complex to be easily coded in BASH, but this opinion is worth reading.
- Dataops 101 – A good video intro to the dataops topic by TerminusDB guys.
- Business Not As Usual – Suggestions for COVID-19 times, by Richard Gerver from the London Business School
- Will Coronavirus mark a tipping point for virtual events?
- Datacentres are the invisible glue holding our society together
If you like my contents, my public talks, my books and Federico-Razzoli.com UPDATEs, you may want to check my professional services. If you can’t make this kind of decisions, please consider to endorse me with your manager.
You may also want to follow the open_source_databases Telegram channel. Links about the open source database world, every day.
Good weekend from London, Europe.
Yesterday email contained a big mistake. The webinar JSON in MySQL and MariaDB databases will take place on Monday 6th April (not March!). Subscribe now to attend!
Sorry for the high email frequency, but this mistake needed to be corrected.
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