I wrote last week about how lucky we are that ideas can be shared so easily these days.
I’m so proud to announce that my book on data contracts is out now!
With the release of my book on data contracts, I wanted to share why I agreed to write this book, and what it means to me personally.
The dead letter queue (DLQ) pattern is commonly used to increase the resiliency of services that process data, allowing them to recover from incidents that prevent the processing or writing of that data without losing that data.
Writing is my superpower.
What do software engineers think about data contracts?
Here’s a very simple Alfred Workflow I created to calculate the approximate readtime of the input text.
Here’s a very simple Alfred Workflow I created to convert text to titlecase, using the Python CLI implementation, and add the result to the clipboard.
When researching, I take a lot of notes in the Apple Notes app - including a lot of links for reference.
Really enjoyed talking about how we’re driving ML data quality with Data Contracts at a recent MLOps Community meetup!