Today I decided to start a new series of short posts that give a high-level basic understanding of some piece of technology. The first post is about AWS SageMaker!
I often read jamesclear.com, and I really like the way they do footnotes – they’re actually popups that appear when clicking on a button. I wanted to try something similar for this very website and ended up discovering the amazing
A Red-Black tree is a binary search tree (BST) that takes some action to try and keep itself balanced. We know that BSTs are great at storing nodes identified by some key for which an order relationship exists (e.g., integers). They have the property that the values in the left sub-tree of each node n have keys smaller-than n‘s key
n.k, and those in the right sub-tree have keys greater-than
In this post, I talk about the
std::multiset and about some design decisions I needed when trying to implement it. The full implementation is on GitHub.
In this post, I’ll describe a quick setup to start hacking on a TypeScript project on
yarn as package manager instead of npm. I’ll use an app called readnext as example.
This book is a survey of the staggering amount of pieces of technology that can be used to build data-intensive applications, defined (in my rough interpretation) as user-facing systems that treat significant amounts of data and are expected to do it quickly. Contains reflections on trade-offs to take into account when choosing one solution over the other.
Here are some notes I’ve taken while reading Building Blocks of Amazon ECS.
I’ve changed the static site generator that powers
www.gergel.im. In this post, I explain the motivation behind this change, describe a few issue I had during the setup, and finally spend a word about my new workflow for content creation.
Today I ran into an article by one Troy Hunt that talks about the fact that https is now past the status of exception, and is becoming the new norm.