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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 36s
Replying to @krainboltgreene
You may even be able to build this with KSQL and Kafka-Connect..
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 2h
hmm, this was quite a Good First Issue to write a PR for; Hadn't worked with docusaurus before, but I've now landed a PR () which would fix the formatting of the TOCs in the kafkajs docs website
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 2h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
Are you wanting to do stream processing of the imported data or batch processing? But yeah, you could have a system where you publish a message to start an import, then have each "task" produce more messages as output.
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
So, a bit of copy & paste, and then rewriting it; just because I'm lazy and don't type _that_ fast
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
I've been working with this code a LOT recently, and practically had a file from my current project that I could use as the basis for that
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
I find that surprising, and now I'm curious what you're building?
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Inspired by , I wrote up a little "RPC over Kafka" client implementation. You probably shouldn't do RPC over Kafka, but hey, it was fun writing this:
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
So your service calls are 100% fire and forget? You don't need data back, don't have validations, or other business logic that could fail that the client service needs to know about?
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
Like you'd have an EventEmitter, and a method to do something like this:
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
and then in your code to "execute" a command you publish a message, in your consumer, you dispatch events by UUID, and then the function that published it await's on that event being published.
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 5h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
But like, I guess you could totally set up some Kafka topics like: my-service.rpc-requests my-service.rpc-responses And pair them together using UUIDs per command; So your "client" service would publish to my-service.rpc-requests, and consume on my-service.rpc-responses
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 6h
Replying to @krainboltgreene
So, if you need to call another service and synchronously receive a result e.g., say you want to Create a resource, then there's probably validation requirements that may fail if there's bad input; Returning the result in-band and synchronously will likely be simpler than async
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 8h
Replying to @ThisIsMissEm
On that note, I've been very happy today, and very content, and it's very nice
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 8h
Replying to @ThisIsMissEm
Also, happiness isn't a constant β€” it's an moving average. When you're happy, you can still have times of, well, nothing. It's just like you're not either crying or laughing; there's a lot of nothing. And that's okay. 4/4
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 8h
Replying to @ThisIsMissEm
But as soon as you think about happy not being centered in the emotional spectrum things being to make a lot more sense. 3/4
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 8h
Replying to @ThisIsMissEm
So like, we all end up feeling shitty, especially depressives, because we don't generally feel happy but apparently we're meant to, because everyone else is happy. 2/4
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 8h
You know how you're taught from a young age that you need to be happy / seek happiness? What they forget to teach you is that happiness is not at the centre of the emotion spectrum; it's at the inverse side to sadness. 1/4
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Cindy Gallop 10h
When I say, the young white male founders of tech platforms aren't the primary targets of harassment, abuse, rape, so they don't proactively design for it - THIS IS WHAT I MEAN. CHANGE THIS
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Emelia πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 9h
Replying to @smoakin
I ended up just changing the colours in and now I'm fine with it
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Filippo Valsorda Aug 16
Data is not the new gold, data is the new uranium. Sometimes you can make money from it, but it can be radioactive, it's dangerous to store, has military uses, you generally don't want to concentrate it too much, and it's regulated. Why keep uranium you don't need?
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