The goal of a consensus algorithm is to allow multiple machines to work as a
coherent group which can survive the failures from some of its members.
Paxos has been the most common consensus algorithm used around, yet it is quite hard to understand, and hard to implement.
I actually read this paper for the first time a year ago. But I found it so good that I’ve decided to give it another ready, with a written summary.
This is my summary and review of the paper Monarch: Google’s Planet-Scale In-Memory Time Series Database
This article is my review of the book How to Take Smart Notes.
Just like in 2015, I’ve kept habit of reading for an hour before I start working every weekday.
This year, I’m only writing about the technical books I’ve read. The fictional ones I read in the evening are a recreation, and I’m not keeping track of what I read this year.
This is my reading notes for The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
This is my reading notes from the Debriefing Facilitation Guide book.
For a couple years now, I’ve been starting to read a lot more.
A year ago, I wrote about what my reading habit is, and it hasn’t changed much since.