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Event Sourcing in Postgres: The Client

How to store different client's reading cursor in PostgreSQL, so to facilitate consuming an event stream by different consumers.

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Event Sourcing in Postgres: The Events

How to build a basic data model for Event Sourcing in PostgreSQL, and let multiple clients consume one or more topics.

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FetchqCRON

Executing repeatable jobs is at the core of most IT projects.
From following up a few days after a user signs up, to repetitive cleaning or caching procedures.

FetchqCRON provides time-based execution as a service, on Heroku or on-premise via Docker. FOR FREE.

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Hasura in Gitpod

How to run Hasura in a GitPod.io workspace

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FetchQ - An Introduction

Two years ago I was working on a web-scraper with my startup Mysocial.io and we needed to distribute work across multiple servers while achieving uniqueness in the system. We were handling hundreds of millions of tasks and FetchQ is the result of that effort.

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Setup a Free PostgreSQL Database

Do you want to learn Postgres? Today you can spin up your database completely for FREE and start experimenting with one of the best database tools ever.

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Per-User Encryption with Postgres

In this article you learn how to apply per-user encryption to the data you store in Postgres. It is quite easy and it will allow you to guarantee the highest level of security and privacy to your users.

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How to run Postgres for testing in Docker

Running E2E integration tests often require your Postgres to be up and running, here are few tricks and suggestions how to do just that.

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