If you can't do nothing, then don't expect to be able to do something.
No-code platforms are like getting all-you-can-eat sushi: it starts off great, and then reality sets in. That's where Airplane comes in - you can transform scripts, queries, APIs, and more into custom UIs and workflows. Since everything you build in Airplane is in code, it's integrated with the rest of your codebase, easy to extend with third-party libraries, and version-controlled. Try it out for free!
Treemaps are an underutilized visualization that are capable of generically summarizing data of many shapes and sizes. To date, they've mostly been used for displaying the files consuming all of your disk space, but with a few tweaks, treemaps can be a flexible tool for exploring and navigating messy data blobs.
In this blog post, you’ll get a glimpse of the complexities we tackled when implementing mondayDB, and a drill-down into the creative solutions we crafted in response.
Early in my research career, I had a chance to work with some of the best system researchers in the world on a number of really interesting system designs.
We often romanticize the notion of programming, presenting it as an abstract form of art, a science, or even a form of magic. The truth, however, is much more practical and grounded.