In this new post, let's talk about the actual implementation of the event driven architecture.
Today, we address the core design principles that we use for our event driven architecture.
Why and How we ditched our old architecture based on synchronous REST services for a completely asynchronous event driven architecture.
Let's try a use case of document classification with ElasticSearch Percolator.
It's often claimed that Elm developers should avoid thinking their views as stateful components. While this is indeed a general best design practice, sometimes you may want to make your views reusable, and if they come with a state... you end up copying and pasting a lot of things.
There already existed some python packages to convert numbers written in English into Python numbers or their decimal digit representation, but there was nothing available for the French language. That's why we developed this library and shared it with the community.
Industrialization is one of the most challenging problems for a start-up. The research world doesn't have the same priorities concerning time and cost optimization, whereas industry is limited by these factors. How can we be more productive and more serene towards the building of language model?
When looking for a new backend language, I naturally went from Python to the new cool kid: Go. But after only one week of Go, I realised that Go was only half of a progress. Better suited to my needs than Python, but too far away from the developer experience I was enjoying when doing Elm in the frontend. So I gave Rust a try.
Here at AlloMedia, for security reasons, we're encrypting every laptop disk by default. As I'm using archlinux, I went to the wiki to follow how to "just" encrypt my disk. And well, the page is a little bit overcrowded, at the very least. Let's clarify that a little bit.
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