27 February 2022
1 minutes to read
This week I have read much more articles non-related to data engineering as I’ve been too busy to even start reading heavily on apache flink book.
- Spinner: The Mass Migration to Pinterest’s New Workflow Platform - Pinterest presents their batch system built with Apache airflow
- JSON improvements in SQLite 3.38.0 - SQLite keeps improving and with the newedst version we get better json handling
- Rapid Event Notification System at Netflix - Interesting notification system from netflix relying heavily on AWS to scale
- What do you really get from IDE-driven development? - some notes on how working IDE provides shortcuts which can be a double edged knife. You get tou your destination faster but it might mean you don’t actually learn on how the system works and possible alternatives
- A gentle introduction to automated reasoning - AWS writes about how they’ve built automated reasoning for coding system and how they can improve it
- Optimize For Simplicity First - Lane writes about how we should focus first on simplicity
- How to waste time and overcomplicate things - Ryan gives some insights on how we sometimes overcomplicate a system
- Pair Programming Antipatterns - Some antipatterns on pair programming (I’ve fallen into most of them multiple times 😅)
- Times are great for programmers now. How does it end? - Currently, software engineers are going through a very good phase but what will be the next step is talked a bit more on this article
Have a nice week and stay safe wherever you are 🇺🇦
I'm José Cabeda, a data engineer focused on improving data systems and educating on how to use them. I also do a lot of planning and read as much as I can.