- For people that consistently use Lightroom & Photoshop in your work flow, what is your process like? : photography –
- SQLZOO –
- SQL exercises –
- PostgreSQL Exercises –
- Solve Basic Select Questions | SQL | HackerRank –
- 18+ Best Online Resources for Learning SQL and Database Concepts –
- Essential SQL – Your search for SQL training is over, –
- Microsoft SQL Server Training | SQL Server Certification –
These are my links for June 24th through June 25th:
- Dorado List –
- How LZ4 works · Ticki’s blog –
- The Schemaverse –
- Instagram – Falafel Waffle? Not at all awful! #tasty #improvisedcooking with michirodda
These are my links for June 8th through June 9th:
- Instagram – KNOD #KNOD knod @ University of Nevada, Reno
- Instagram – Just posted a photo @ Golden Valley, Nevada
- Working with time in Postgres | Hacker News –
- Considerations on Cost Disease | Hacker News – The question I'd ask in response to this post is "So where did the money actually go?"
I suspect inequality and wealth transfer explains much more of the observed trends than the author acknowledges at the end. In each of the verticals discussed, there have been strong (albeit sometimes less obvious) trends for consolidation among institutions and organizations. This includes companies, government contractors, and even vendors in ecosystems we tend to think of as decentralized like local schools, where significant consolidation might be occurring over time at the level of food suppliers like Aramark, utility companies, or diesel fuel suppliers for school buses.
These organizations' compensation and capital structures, in turn, likely grew increasingly unequal over time. Stockholders, stakeholders like executives, and intermediaries like insurance companies in those organizations likely extracted more and more capital relative to traditional stakeholders like the college students, physicians, and teachers addressed in the post.
Wealth transfer from traditional stakeholders (college students, physicians, teachers) to organizational stakeholders (execs, stockholders, suppliers in consolidating markets) seems like both a cause and a consequence of the 'cost disease' discussed in the post.
- wal-e/wal-e: Continuous Archiving for Postgres – WAL-E is a program designed to perform continuous archiving of PostgreSQL WAL files and base backups.
- Against Willpower | Hacker News –
These are my links for March 21st through March 23rd:
- GitHub – facebookincubator/create-react-app: Create React apps with no build configuration. –
- Adventures in JIT compilation: Part 1 – an interpreter – Eli Bendersky’s website –
- How We Turned 8 Popular STM32 Boards into Powerful Logic Analyzers | Sysprogs –
- The Cracking Monolith: The Forces That Call for Microservices – Semaphore –
- PostgreSQL vs. MS SQL Server –