If you’ve ever “watched” a busy GitHub repository, your email inbox has discovered what it feels like to step in front of a firehose. If the project in question has active code reviewers, the problem is often worse by an…
Product Manager Lakshmi Kannan uses Flex Fridays for professional development and learning the ins and outs of CockroachDB.
Senior Product Designer Josué Rivera uses Flex Fridays to work on CockroachDB’s user experience and spend time on personal growth to reorient his emotional well-being.
Swati Kumar uses Flex Fridays to provide marketing advice to nonprofits who would otherwise be unable to afford it.
Engineer Matt Jibson uses Flex Fridays and the 4-day work week to work on side projects like a SQL formatter and spend some time with his family while exploring NYC.
Engineering manager Jordan Lewis uses Flex Fridays to work on engineering rather than management, to conduct his own experiments for CockroachDB.
Technical Marketer Sean Loiselle uses Flex Fridays to work on a Master’s in Computer Science and side projects like a learning management system for another startup.
Engineer Rebecca Taft uses Flex Fridays and the 4-day work week prepping for conferences and working on side projects such as a neural network query optimizer.
GitHub stars are a simple way for GitHub users to bookmark repos that interest them. "Stargazers" is a tool to query GitHub for information about the stars.
I experimented with implementing the Redis protocol on top of CockroachDB, scratching the itch on the question: Could CockroachDB ever replace Redis?