Request coalescing in async Rust

Hodor: Detecting and addressing overload in LinkedIn microservices

Sampling in Floating Point (1/3): The Unit Interval

Issue #180

3/7/2022

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Hope you all had a nice weekend. I've been seeing waaaay too many articles on making a wordle solver. Just stop. We get it, you code. Anyway, here's the issue.

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Request coalescing in async Rust

Published: 6 March 2022
Tags: rust, web


Amos dives very deeply into setting up a custom web server in Rust using the async runtime.


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Hodor: Detecting and addressing overload in LinkedIn microservices

Published: 18 February 2022
Tags: microservices


Bryan Barkley explores LinkedIn's meta microservice, which monitors all other microservices to make sure they don't get overloaded.


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Sampling in Floating Point (1/3): The Unit Interval

Published: 5 March 2022
Tags: math


Matt Pharr looks at "uniformly sampling a floating-point value between zero and one", and some of the intricacies that arise from using float point numbers on computers.


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Request coalescing in async Rust 57 13.97% 60 14.96
Hodor: Detecting and addressing overload in LinkedIn microservices 81 19.85% 87 21.70
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