How Netflix Content Engineering makes a federated graph searchable

Errors are constructed, not discovered

Porting libffi to pure WebAssembly

Issue #203

4/14/2022

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How Netflix Content Engineering makes a federated graph searchable

Published: 12 April 2022
Tags: distributed systems, graphql


Alex Hutter, Falguni Jhaveri, and Senthil Sayeebaba present how the team at Netflix implemented Studio Search, which enables different teams to search for related information across completely different services.


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Errors are constructed, not discovered

Published: 13 April 2022
Tags: philosophy


Fred Hebert elaborates on errors in software engineering/site reliability, and the "human" factor in interpreting, understanding, and ultimately solving them.


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Porting libffi to pure WebAssembly

Published: 17 March 2022
Tags: c, haskell, web assembly


Cheng Shao "introduces libffi, the challenges to make it work with WebAssembly, demonstrates [their] implementation, and also explains how it’s used by GHC runtime".


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How Netflix Content Engineering makes a federated graph searchable 120 37.74% 128 37.54
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