In this post we will explore Avro binary encoding. We will go from simple one value schemas, all the way to complex records. If you want to understand how values are encoded, or you want to manually read data from binary, this is a place for you.
In this post I will show you how I’m testing functions in PostgreSQL using pgTAP. PostgreSQL and Flyway are running with Docker Compose, while pgTAP is running in separated container.
If you are a software engineer, you care about health of your system. Do you care about your health? For people who do any other type of desk work, everything here will apply to you too.
Run PostgreSQL locally and apply schema changes using Flyway. Let’s see how to do it without messing up with your local environment, thanks to Docker Compose.
How to use game development for self-satisfaction. When you work for a long time on the same project with a team, it’s nice to finish something quickly on your own.
When your service doesn’t work as expected and you want to run it locally, being able to use same secrets can be useful. I will show you how to download them from Kubernetes with kubectl.
A while ago I had to migrate the data from one database to the other on GCP. You can try using export/import functionality described here
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