Six months have passed since the v1.6 and this release comes with many refinements.
I like the new IEx metadata printing!
RedisLabs Enterprise Edition has now Redis Streams as a preview version.
TL;DR - don't own a too broad technology stack just for the sake of being cool.
strive to be pragmatic and don't bloat your tech with too many new shiny tools that might not be useful.
What matters is a working production software that could evolve over time
I really liked and agreed with this article.
I didn't use that tool yet but I probably will in the future
InfluxDB (you can say Prometheus competitor) started defining on a new query language
for its product
A good article of Confluent talking about an emerging pattern for having a single source of truth of the data backed by Kafka
Honestly I agree with pretty much everything. Having a daily standup adds a lot of burden, gets almost always lengthy and instead of being an energy booster turns to be a fatigue increaser.
Another indication that Rust will be huge
Explain the strong relation between being good at math (but applies to other fields as well) and having the right guidance and mindset
A short TED talk about the importance of having Grit for success