Robin Hood hashing was introduced by Pedro Celis in his thesis in 1986 The idea is that entries are moved around based on how far they are from their initial buckets — the initial bucket being the bucket to which an entry is hashed. Robin Hood hashing takes buckets from entries that are closer to their initial buckets compared to the entries... Learn more
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Meetup #111 - GraphQL
These days, your API most likely serves multiple clients - tablet and phone apps, rich web applications, perhaps even other applications that talk to it. These clients... Learn more
Meetup #110 - Life Beyond Distributed Transactions
At a certain scale, transactions become impractical. In fact, in the era of microservices, many developers run into the problem of having to work around not being able... Learn more
Global Day of Code Retreat 2016!
We weren't planning on organising Global Day of Coderetreat this year, but thanks to Tomek, we won't have to abandon the tradition! The Global Day of Coderetreat takes... Learn more
Meetup #109 - Continuous Deployment Practices
Continuous Deployment is one of these broad terms that means different things to different people. This time we will discuss a paper, which describes the different... Learn more
Meetup #108 - Wait-Free Queues With Multiple Enqueuers and Dequeuers
It's always fun to read up on interesting algorithms and data structures, and we haven't read an article like that in a while. Add concurrency into the mix and the topic... Learn more
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