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Load Balancing
Load Balancing
A bottom-up, animated guide to HTTP load balancing algorithms.
·samwho.dev·
Load Balancing
The Cost of Craft
The Cost of Craft
Why is it so hard to do great work at scale?
·gk3fyi.substack.com·
The Cost of Craft
The Seniority Roller Coaster and Down-Leveling in Tech
The Seniority Roller Coaster and Down-Leveling in Tech
In tech, switching jobs almost always comes with either a financial or a title upside. However, it doesn’t always come with both. Switching for higher compensation can result in a “lower” title, like going from Senior Software Engineer to SWE 2 or VP Engineering to Senior Engineering Manager. This
·blog.pragmaticengineer.com·
The Seniority Roller Coaster and Down-Leveling in Tech
Writing an engineering strategy.
Writing an engineering strategy.
Once you become an engineering executive, an invisible timer starts ticking in the background. Tick tick tick. At some point that timer will go off, at which point someone will rush up to you demanding an engineering strategy. It won’t be clear what they mean, but they will want it, really, really badly. If we just had an engineering strategy, their eyes will implore you, things would be okay. For a long time, those imploring eyes haunted me, because I simply didn’t know what to give them: what is an engineering strategy?
·lethain.com·
Writing an engineering strategy.
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A Gentle Introduction to CRDTs
A Gentle Introduction to CRDTs
Conflict Free Replicated Data types (CRDTs) can be tricky. You may spend months reading papers and implementing different algorithms before they finally click and become simple. That or they'll seem simple out of the gate and you'll be missing a bunch…
·vlcn.io·
A Gentle Introduction to CRDTs
20 Things I've Learned in my 20 Years as a Software Engineer
20 Things I've Learned in my 20 Years as a Software Engineer
Important, Read This First You’re about to read a blog post with a lot of advice. Learning from those who came before us is instrumental to success, but we often forget an important caveat. Almost all advice is contextual, yet it is rarely delivered with any context. “You just need to charge more!” says the company […]
·simplethread.com·
20 Things I've Learned in my 20 Years as a Software Engineer
Write Admin Tools From Day One
Write Admin Tools From Day One
The Problem Writing useful features for your users is key to a successful product.  It makes sense then that you should maximize your time w...
·milwaukeemaven.blogspot.com·
Write Admin Tools From Day One
Things I want as SRE/DevOps from Devs
Things I want as SRE/DevOps from Devs
It has been a while since I’ve been working as SRE/Platform/Cloud Engineer, and lately and I realize I’ve been repeating some questions to developers that I rarely get an answer for straight away. These are not meant to make anyone’s life harder, au contraire, the whole pourpose of having a solid answer to this list of questions, is to make everyone less worried about the probabilty of some high stakes, overnight failure or a data handling missuse that could potentially cause big losses, and of course a lot of unnecessary stress.
·oschvr.com·
Things I want as SRE/DevOps from Devs
Shell Script Best Practices — The Sharat's
Shell Script Best Practices — The Sharat's
This article is about a few quick thumb rules I use when writing shell scripts that I’ve come to appreciate over the years. Very opinionated....
·sharats.me·
Shell Script Best Practices — The Sharat's
We’re drowning
We’re drowning
Matthew Childs / Reuters We live in a golden age of software reuse. We’ve never before had such a wealth of freely available code, in so many languages, so easy to find and install. And yet, …
·snarfed.org·
We’re drowning