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didibus04:11:12

For folks using Windows, I'd have to say: scoop.sh is pretty awesome.

didibus04:11:10

I still can't get lein to work though

borkdude12:11:39

how’s the WSL shell thing?

vemv15:11:59

Imagine I have a k8s cluster with microservices and Kafka in it. What latency should I expect for an empty 'ping' from a service to Kafka inside the cluster? Assuming production-like instances and substantial (but not heavy) traffic

emccue17:11:43

got a project i need to hack together fairly quickly

emccue17:11:48

(the root of all evil)

emccue17:11:19

and right now i am using a single EC2 instance with a python server and a flat json file for the database

emccue17:11:28

real talk what can go wrong

emccue17:11:30

i dont expect the JSON file to grow, just to add maybe 10 accounts and change a number around

emccue17:11:40

im expecting maybe 10 users

orestis17:11:54

Are you writing to the JSON file?

orestis17:11:44

If yes, well, that’s dangerous if it happens uncoordinated.

orestis17:11:30

I’ve found that SQLite gives a whole lot of power while still actually a single file in disk.

lilactown17:11:38

☝️ most likely problem is data corruption due to code errors (not closing file / accidentally concurrent writes). if you’re managing your access to the file, fine, but it’s a footgun ready to fire

todo23:11:54

Anyone know of a good analysis for embedded-rdbms, datomic/datascript, and entity-component-system for state management?

val_waeselynck08:11:28

@ What do you mean by "a good analysis for ..."?