This is one of those questions where I thought I’d known the answer for a long time, but as I inspected my understanding, I realized there were pretty significant gaps.
Turn a MacBook into a touchscreen using only $1 of hardware and a little bit of computer vision. The proof-of-concept, dubbed “Project Sistine” prototyped by in about 16 hours.
TiDB is a distributed HTAP database compatible with the MySQL protocol. They apply Chaos Engineering to observe the state of system, make hypothesis, conduct experiments, and verify those hypothesis with real results. The post include their 5-steps Chao methodology.
This is a story of a guy who left it all to chase Elm full time, the technical trials and tribulations he faced, the euphoric and … not so euphoric bits of writing a SPA in Elm.
Array or Linked List? Except for the cost of the pointers linking the element between them, there was no other cost when iterating over a linked list compared to an array. But things are not that simple.
A combination of 8 differing queries or types of queries I have found interesting and engaging to explore, study, learn, or otherwise manipulate data sets
This project intends to provide a complete description and re-implementation of the WhatsApp Web API, which will eventually lead to a custom client. WhatsApp Web internally works using WebSockets; this project does as well.
Uber, Spotify, Stripe, Discord, Segment, WePay, Sentry, Dropbox. Let’s see what in their tech stack and how they design their infrastructure
In this post, WallarooLabs take a deeper dive into their monitoring problem and how Phoenix and Elixir helped solve their specific issues. Also, don’t forgot to checkout this: Yet another “Why my company chose Elixir” story
Async/await solve callback hell, and it’s based on promises, so you need to understand promises to master async/await. This walks you through writing your own promise library and demonstrate using it with async/await. Also checkout How to escape async/await hell
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