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Redis Partial Resynchronization PSYNC, Plus Philosophy, Trade-Offs, and Making Decisions When Creating Tools for People to Use

There are way, way too many things I’d want to quote from Salvatore’s post. They are about the philosophy of a strong product, they are about the trade-offs that go into engineering solid but friendly products, they are about making decisions and not allowing misconceptions or old bad experiences have a bad influence on what you are building. You must read it.

Original title and link: Redis Partial Resynchronization PSYNC, Plus Philosophy, Trade-Offs, and Making Decisions When Creating Tools for People to Use (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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