This week has been about a Notion alternative, the strengths of SQLite, Redis in depth, a Python-compatible programming language, metrics for managing software development and a platform for building applications out of WebAssembly code containers.
A statically typed language that is Python-compatible written in Rust.
A deep technical dive into all things Redis. Covering various Redis topologies, data persistence and process forking.
A knowledge base application for planing, sorting and creating. An open-source mixed alternative to Notion and Miro.
An article highlighting the strengths of SQLite. It also mentions some extensions worth keeping around.
A platform for building applications out of WebAssembly code containers. It orchestrates code and manages communication between dependencies. That code can exist as WebAssembly modules, external microservices, workers over a queue, or anything else that speaks the Wasmflow protocol.
Wasmflow takes functional and flow-based concepts from projects like Erlang, Rx, FBP, and Haskell and combines them with concepts from Docker and Kubernetes.
An article reflecting on metrics for managing software development.