I analyzed my articles here at Medium and I realized that the reader traffic to these stories are different, somewhat significantly, than my other blog sources. So with the realization that the readership here is indeed different than the group of readers on my blog @ compositecode.blog I have returned. Because after all, I want to provide the most value across the board for the most people I can.
With my return, a heads up since I left, and links to a few of my other entries. I’m not sure exactly how I’ll be involved here versus my actual blog versus other places but whatever the case I’ll attempt to make it easy to navigate via links, topics, and the like to the other articles of relevance that I write. That means I may have some reposts here, maybe some unique material, or whatever comes to mind. With that, here’s the links to some material I’ve put together since my Medium departure.
- First off, I joined DataStax on June 4th! It’s going great and I’ve written up a short introduction of joining the team in “A New Adventure of Multi-model Distribute Graph Time Series […etc…] Database(s) Explorations Begins!”
- I wrote a piece about discussing “lock in, and what that really means”.
- On my first days with DataStax I got to attend DevXcon with some of the team I’m joining.
- I then put together a post describing some of the coding sessions, answering the question of how long or what is a good coding session look like.
- After all those entries I put together a blog entry on DataStax Enterprise & Cassandra in which I review how to get started from GCP or Azure Marketplaces and also a review of the options around Docker images.
- Then finally in the last few I wrote a post on comparing different data generation libraries for Go. There’s some performance and some code examples in Go for testing out these libraries if you want to give any of them a spin.
So that’s where I lave this post, with the intent to add new material over the next few days, weeks, and months. Cheers!