https://sqlsync.dev/posts/stop-building-databases/ · Join me as we take a look at common application data patterns, and how they relate to the inner-workings of databases. In this post, we discuss data caching, indexing, optimistic mutations, and recursive cache invalidation. We will see how life might be easier if we could just use a frontend optimized database like SQLSync instead.
https://olano.dev/2023-11-30-code-is-run-more-than-read/ · Code is read more than written, code is run more than read. I think this line of thought can be extended beyond code-writing, and used as a rule of thumb to identify problems and make decisions.
https://railsatscale.com/2023-10-23-pitchfork-impact-on-shopify-monolith/ · The Ruby and Rails Infrastructure team at Shopify exists to help ensure that Ruby and Rails are 100-year tools that will continue to merit being our toolchain of choice.
https://matklad.github.io/2023/10/12/lsp-could-have-been-better.html · We talk about programming like it is about writing code, but the code ends up being less important than the architecture, and the architecture ends up being less important than social issues.