December 12th, 2017
(written by lawrence krubner, however indented passages are often quotes). You can contact lawrence at: email@example.com
(Tonight I’m dumping some of my notes onto my blog. Not sure why I kept these for years without publishing. I was probably waiting for a moment when I could write a longer essay about them.)
ZooKeeper owns your availability. Worth watching. I thought it was amazing when she said that even 5 years ago, even at Google, most programmers were not thinking in terms of distributed computing. Instead, its been the boom in microservices that has driven the adoption of distributed computing. I wonder why microservices wasn’t more popular 10 years ago? Everything in software started off monolithic and has gotten smaller. I suppose that is because of the increasing ease of composition?
Camille Fournier (Rent the Runway) – Consensus Systems for the Skeptical Architect