The local crossing number of a drawing of a graph is the largest number of crossings on a single edge. The minimum local crossing in any drawing of a graph is the local crossing nu
From timezones to oscillators to NTP, we can now keep track of time on a global scale, with accuracy to the millisecond or better, across otherwise independent machines.
What materialized views are, when you should consider using them, and what we learned from bringing them into our Postgres database project.
Image a local grocer with a couple employees (connection pool) and curb-side pickup. Customers can drive up, hand over a grocery list (request), and leave with their groceries (dat
At least for the time being, I'm sold on the hexagonal architectural pattern. It seems to provide smart guardrails as software grows in complexity.