Kindred Futures partners with CockroachDB to build next generation of global online gaming platform.
Surviving a hackathon as a sponsor without becoming a zombie is no joke. Here's how to keep your team of developers as sane and functional as possible.
It’s with great excitement that we announce the CockroachDB Community Forum, a place to find answers, ask questions, and help out fellow CockroachDB users.
In this post, we’ll share a few powerful optimizations that mitigate many of the performance problems common to Go garbage collection.
The first question many developers ask us is what our experience has been writing a distributed database in Go, a garbage-collected language.
For CockroachDB, the aim is to be highly scalable and transactional. We asked them to share technical details of their open source, distributed SQL database