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Open a terminal window on your computer—whether Windows, Mac or Linux—and unless you’ve fiddled the defaults, the width is almost always 80 columns.
As engineers, we divide our work between designing solutions and building them. In this post, I'll focus on deciding how much time and effort should go into design work that happens before any execution (coding).
Out of curiosity, I was trying to understand how PostgreSQL stores the data onto the disk and there are a few interesting things that I have noticed that might be useful for application developers. In this post, I will try to go into the implementation level details and map out how PostgreSQL row storage really works.
If you're anything like me, you love emojis! Emojis appear like an image on the screen, but they aren't an image like a PNG or JPEG. What do emojis look like to computers?
Mere mortals implement best practices for S3 read and write performance, create a million billion s3 objects with their high performance system, try to clean up the really really expensive mess and find themselves in a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity.
To succeed, engineering managers must build upon the skills that made them excel as individual contributors. From managing your team and stakeholders to engineering work, this program will help you learn the skills of successful engineering leaders who deliver reliable, impactful output. Created by Nick Caldwell (Twitter) and Heidi Williams (Grammarly).
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