Infrequent Miscellany #2

This time: Postgres deep dive, tech stack, HTML attributes, machine learning and 21/9


How Postgres Makes Transactions Atomic πŸ”—

A very detailed (including a break down of the source code!) writeup of how PostgreSQL maintains atomicity of transactions

πŸ‘‰ brandur.org


The boring technology behind a one-person Internet company πŸ”—

Wenbin Fang, the founder/CEO/developer/everything behind Listen Notes, gives a fairly thorough breakdown of the tech stack he’s using to single handedly run his company

πŸ‘‰ listennotes.com


An HTML attribute potentially worth $4.4M to Chipotle πŸ”—

Over the last few years there’s been a lot a new attributes added to HTML. Used incorrectly they can cause an inconvenience, or potentially a loss of revenue

πŸ‘‰ cloudfour.com


Machine Learning with Martha, Flip and Bit πŸ”—

Google have launched a comic series, featuring a robot (Bit) and a cat (Flip), to teach the fundamentals of machine learning

πŸ‘‰ google.com


It is was the 21st day of September πŸŽ₯


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