When it comes to write code you don't need to learn magic spells.
All you need is to take a look outside the window and solve your problem
with patterns from the real world, where you come from.
-- Then you code --
Through my years in engineering I saw a couple of project succeed and some more fail. In this post I note down a set of simple practices that might help a team to cooperate better. This is the product of my personal experience.
The first version of my queue system was very simple, in the end it proved to be too simple for a real life scenario. I knew I couldn’t use queue / messaging tools like RabbitMQ because of my requirements (uniqueness, time based) so after some googling I resolved to DIY and I choosed PostgreSQL as […]
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