On software and life
GES scavenging and the hidden cost of link events
Somewhere around a year ago, we started using [GES](https://eventstore.org/) in production as the primary data store of ...
Amazon Redshift - Fundamentals
Late 2017, we set out to replace and upgrade our existing reporting and analytics infrastructure with something that wou...
Consumed in 2017
Another year, another 17 books, 6 shows and 3 movies consumed. Here's this year's highlights. ## Books ### The Zen and...
Passing the AWS Certified Solutions Architect exam
Before last week, the only certification exam I ever passed was the Microsoft .NET Framework Application Development Fou...
Most EventStore client libraries allow you to subscribe to a stream by passing in a callback which is invoked when an e...
From human decisions, to suggestions to automated decisions
I've been wanting to share this experience for a while, but it took me a while to come up with a story and example I cou...
How to organize a meetup
I've organized a few [DDDBE](https://www.meetup.com/dddbelgium/) meetups in the past, and always succeed in forgetting s...
Printing money - hacking loyalty points
At work, we've all grown quite vigilant when it comes to customers trying to cheat the system. A necessary trait when wo...
Everyone has to serve somebody, but software has to serve more than one
When people get paid to write software, we very often find some form of friction between the people that build the softw...
Consumed in 2016
I'm keeping the tradition alive, sharing how much I've consumed over the last year highlighting the things that stood ou...
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