I’ve read a lot of discussions lately around different versions of experimenting/testing. People are seemed to be very religious about the subject and two cardinal questions are separating the groups. Frequentist vs. Bayesian approach and AB testing vs. Multi-armed bandit solutions. Right now I’m mostly interested in the second problem … Continue reading
Managing servers is a tedious work we all have to do to some extent. But it doesn’t have to fill our whole day. What if I tell you that you can build a self-managing system with some discipline and effort? I went through implementing a self-managing database infrastructure of thousands of … Continue reading
Life long learning? I hate this expression but kind of expresses the importance of learning. Why? Because nowdays (especially on the field of IT) if you’re not progressing you’re regressing. There’s no middle way, no stagnation. Years are passing while you may be getting comfortable and years later you … Continue reading
In the last past month I got a lot of question about how to learn to fundaments of being a DBA/DBO. So I decided to write a (hopefully) comprehensive post about this.
First of all as always it depends. Lately I see an upcoming trend to make sharp … Continue reading
When I started the university we learned about Microsoft Project, waterfall modell, V-modell and RUP. But time’s changing. With the keyword agile there’s a lot of upcoming development methodology. Scrum and Kanban are getting more and more popular in software development circles. The common problems about methodologies are that they have … Continue reading