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Distributed Computing Concepts

A Brief Introduction


It would be rather nice if computers never failed, networks were reliable and all operations were always cleanly and gracefully executed, never leaving the system in a state of ambiguity. Unfortunately, this cannot be; we have to contend with the bleak harshness of reality, which is particularly exacerbated when dealing with distributed



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Emil Koutanov

Software architect, an engineer, and a dad. Also an avid storyteller, maintainer of Kafdrop, and author of Effective Kafka.