Regular Programming

Data has moved to a real database. Next, there may be brave attempts to add actual structure. Working with a real database is nice, as is not losing data, and being able to restore.

Not everything is ephemeral, after all.

Database service providers and cool stuff they do are discussed. The deal with Elastic is clarified. Finally, it is revealed where you should store your traces.

It is actually probably fine.

  • A worse MongoDB
  • Migration complete
  • Everything is ephemeral
  • The idea is to add lots of columns
  • It seems a bit more Django
  • The stakes were high but the budget was almost zero
  • It is actually probably fine

What is Regular Programming?

Conversations about programming. By Andreas Ekeroot and Lars Wikman, funded by