New Trio of Series: Go, Bash, and Distributed Databases

I’m starting three new series and only making this post now that I’ve got the first round posted and live. Each of these I’ll be back posting so that I have a kind of linked list of blog entries for each of the series. So if you’re into learning Go, I’ve got that going, or you’re into bash hacking, got that too, and of course if you’re digging into distributed systems and databases, I’m tackling that too. It’s kind of the trio of core technologies I’m working on these days, enjoy:

The Nuances of Go – This is going to be a series where I go through some of the details of Go. It’s going to be kind of all over the board, but drill into usage of the language, the why, and what for of various features, capabilities, and related topics.

‘bash’ A.K.A. The Solution for Everything – Bash has been around for a while. But let’s not talk about how old it is, the shell has been used and is being used by about every single operating system on the planet. It’s hugely popular and it isn’t exactly being replaced. You can also basically do anything on a computer that you would want to or need to do with it. However there are lot’s of features and commands one ought to know, this series is going to tackle a new command every new post and go into details of how to use it, what it can be used for, and related tips n’ tricks.

Distributed Database Things to Know – This series is going to cover various features and nuances of the Cassandra distributed database cluster technology. I’ll be diving into a whole host of capabilities, code, and a pointer or three back to white papers when relevant that helped bring these distributed databases into existence.

My goal with each of these is to rise early Monday morning, and time box each article to about 30 minutes. 30 minutes for Go, 30 minutes for bash, and 30 for Cassandra. Then I’ll publish those throughout the week. I set this goal with the hilarious fact that I’m taking time to go record some LinkedIn learning courses on Go and Terraform. With that it might be a week before you see the next trio published. But they’re halfway written already so I might surprise myself. Happy thrashing code!

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