Irrational Exuberance!

The Redis Protocol is pretty great.

April 10, 2018 Redis supports a broad array of data structures like lists, hashes, hyperloglog and such. It's also remarkably high throughput, while remaining single threaded to avoid reasoning about concurrecncy. My favorite aspect of Redis isn't any of those though, it's the underlying Redis protocol it speaks over the network!

Some of my favorite technical papers.

April 7, 2018 I've long been a fan of hosting paper reading groups, where a group of folks sit down and talk about interesting technical papers. One of the first steps to do that is identifying some papers worth chatting about, and here is a list of some papers I've seen lead to excellent discussions!

Close out, solve or delegate.

March 29, 2018 Navigating the transition to manager-of-managers can be hard, and part of it is because things that used to make you successful don't work anymore. This post provides a tool to use if you've entered a larger role and finding yourself confronted with an increasingly large pile of work.

Managing in the growth plates.

March 21, 2018 There is no one way to manage, and even though you'll have a default style, you have to switch up your approach to be appropriate to match your current situation. In particular I find there are explicitly different values for managing in rapidly changing environments and stable ones, and this post explores how and why they're distinct.

Speaking on Inside Intercom podcast.

March 20, 2018 Last week I got to speak on the Inside Intercom podcast, which was pretty great.