Understanding Vitess topologyVitess has three topology implementations, Etcd, Zookeeper and Consul.
For the purpose of this exercise, I will talk about Consul.
Vitess mostly uses the topology server to store its metadata and to
VitessFor the past 3 months, I’ve been experimenting with Vitess and looking at its capabilities.
Historically the places I worked for in the past got to that tipping point, where you have one MySQL databa
GitHub UniverseThis is one of the best tweets I’ve seen in a while:
Dear GitHub,Thank you— Dan Abramov (@dan_abramov) September 14, 2016
After GitHub Universe Keynote, we announced a bunch of new great feat
Fixtures and Factories. Why not both?Have you ever wondered why some people are so strong about liking fixtures as opposed to factories when testing their Rails apps?
The main advantages/disadvantages points I see about fixtures are:
One year at GitHubToday marks my one year anniversary at GitHub. I could spend a lot of lines here talking about the things I worked on, and the things I learned so far. However, I’d like to focus on one small thing, t