Newsletter sent on 22nd June 2020
Good Monday morning from London, Europe.
Apparently this week I’ve read more than usual, or maybe I’ve found more (IMO) interesting stuff. So, you’ll see more links. I’ve categorised a bit better, because I understand that not everyone is interested in all technologies (though I suggest to always keep an eye on what’s happening).
Let me know if you like this richer and categorised issue.
- Webinar today, at 3pm London time: Database Design: most common pitfalls
- Consistency Level patterns for high accuracy in Cassandra
Most relevant events I am aware about:
- MariaDB Server Fest Online Conference 16-17 Sep 2020
Articles from the web
- Modern approaches to replacing accumulation user-defined variable hacks, via MySQL 8.0 Window functions and CTEs
- Announcing PlanetScaleDB for Kubernetes
- TiDB 4.0 GA, Gearing You Up for an Unpredictable World with a Real-Time HTAP Database
- Building globally distributed MySQL applications using write forwarding in Amazon Aurora
- Safety Systems Can Reduce Safety
- Improve Linux system performance with noatime
- The Rust compiler isn’t slow; we are
- memcached 1.0.1 release notes
- Introducing Apache Spark 3.0
IT & Database strategies
- How To Fill Your Data Lakes And Not Lose Control Of The Data
- Opera: Syncing Tens of Millions of Browsers with Scylla
- RED Method for MySQL Performance Analyses
- CTO in a Box: The Tech Essentials for Startups – Video by Google for Startups
- Google: We’ve got 1,000 interns working on open-source projects–from home
- How I Convinced the World’s Largest Package Manager to Use Rust, and So Can You! – Video: Ashley Williams about npm use of Rust
- GitLab makes two acquisitions to shift fuzz testing left
- Original Apollo 11 Guidance Computer (AGC) source code – now on GitHub!
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