I was in my last week at my current company and the Spring Boot based microservices we had were producing tons of logs now, because hey, the application worked! ;)
Apparently, grepping the logs wasn’t proving to be the best utilisation of our time. So, I thought I’ll gift my team with the ELK stack for debugging logs before I move out.
This setup is great, it…
We know time’s are tough and getting a job in tech for those who are in college, seems like a tough nut to crack now.
But nothing beats the fundamentals, if you stick to the basics and have a bit of a luck, things might just work out for you.
I was thinking what would I advise myself had I been in this state, having the pressure to secure a job in my final year, even after knowing that many who already had jobs have lost it due to this crisis. …
No, we’re not going to discuss about Philosophy. We’re talking about Database Views, which I believe are quite underrated!
Views in database context are defined as logical database objects referred as “virtual table”; for the user it’s like a table where you can run queries and get results but internally it doesn’t store that data. Cool right?
As Wikipedia defines it:
A view is the result set of a stored query on the data, which the database users can query just as they would in a persistent database collection object. This pre-established query command is kept in the database dictionary…
Once upon a time, no, actually yesterday, I was working on a project where we faced a problem that got me thinking, why do relations matter.. even in Database!
Okay, let me tell you the problem first. I had to store multiple sets of tuples, each corresponding to it’s type associated with a key in a relational database.
Overwhelmed? Don’t worry, the image below will hep you understand.