System Design Meetup

  • An intro to Kafka as the product, in five minutes.
  • An intro to RabbitMQ and Erlang, all under ten minutes.
  • Why append-only queues are always faster than DB transactions, in two minutes.
  • How Kafka consumers works, leveraging consumer groups in two ways, ten minutes.
  • Using heartbeats to re-create total order from partial order, three minutes.
Including an image here because Medium doesn’t let me to it later, during publishing. Hehe.

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