Posts Tagged with 'development'
Deno 1.21 has improvements to testing facilities, the REPL, adds deno check, improves the language server, adds a new subprocess API, and more
4-minute video showing PostgreSQL 12 and Swarm64 DA-enhanced PostgreSQL 12 executing an HTAP workload side by side
PostgreSQL has been an improvement on its predecessors and successors, while ClickHouse enables qualitatively different approaches to analytics.
Last fall, we migrated our 4TB Postgres database from version 9.6 to version 13 with minimal downtime. In this post, we’ll tell the story and share tips to help you with a similar upgrade.
Multiranges are a new feature in PostgreSQL 14. Here's a brief introduction on how to use them - learn the basics & important new uses.
What is Agile? And where does it come from?
To hear some people talk, you'd think function composition was some kind of sacred truth. A holy principle to meditate upon whilst genuflecting and lighting incense. But function composition is not complicated. You probably use it all the time, whether you realise it or not. Why, then, do functional programmers get all worked up about it? What's the big deal?
Announcing a hosted service for converting TikTok metadata to a Microformats2 object.