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  • Unexpected downsides of UUID keys in PostgreSQL
    6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Jun 2023
    We use a macaddr8 that embeds a wall-clock timestamp (so they're ascending order, achieving data locality) with some additional randomness. It's worked really well for us:

    https://github.com/estuary/flow/blob/master/supabase/migrati...

    we use macaddr8 instead of bigint, because it has a postgres serialization / JSON encoding which lossless-ly round-trips with browsers and it works well with PostgREST. The same CANNOT be said for bigint, which is a huge footgun.

  • Need Advice on Real-Time Data Synchronization from PostgreSQL to BigQuery: Airbyte vs. CloudQuery?
    1 project | /r/dataengineering | 16 May 2023
    I can't claim to know much about CloudQuery, but we are an open-source platform with CDC connectors from PostgreSQL and materializations to BQ and elsewhere. We also have fully-managed connectors if you don't want to deal with hosting.
  • DAG orchestration for streaming data?
    3 projects | /r/dataengineering | 10 May 2023
    This is essentially how we model things in Flow (disclosure: I work there). We call them Derivations, which are data products that are built (derived) from other data products. Each data product (we call them Collections) is backed by a set of append-only logs, so they can be read by many different consumers at different times. IDK if our product can work for you since we don't (yet) support stuff like MQTT, but there's a pretty generous free tier if you'd be able to push the data over HTTP. Either way, I just think it's cool that others have independently arrived at similar ideas about how to model streaming tasks!
  • quickly replace a small airbyte instance in my stack
    1 project | /r/dataengineering | 19 Apr 2023
  • Advise on incremental process of Kafka data on Snowflake
    1 project | /r/dataengineering | 15 Apr 2023
    We Estuary Git Docs have an open-source connector for Kafka -> Snowflake that could perform the tasks of a) flattening the data and b) removing duplicates via exactly once end to end delivery
  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (September 2022)
    20 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Sep 2022
    Estuary Technology | Backend Engineer | Developer Evangelist | Rust, Go | REMOTE OR HYBRID | UTC-7 to UTC+2

    Regional offices in NYC & Columbus, OH

    Estuary (https://www.estuary.dev/) is the first real-time Data Operations platform for future-proof pipelines, including both historical and real-time data set up in minutes.

    Our team is rapidly growing, VC funded and led by two successful, repeat founders.

    We primarily develop in Rust and Go and are heavily built on top of gazette which is an internally developed streaming engine.

    Flow: https://github.com/estuary/flow

    Gazette: https://gazette.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

    Backend Engineer: https://www.estuary.dev/about/#backend

    Developer Evangelist: https://www.estuary.dev/about/#developerevangelist

    ^This is an exciting opportunity to make direct impact and shape user perception of a new product that brings a fresh experience to working with real-time data.

    As this is a unique role, we are open to a variety of personas (data engineers, backend developers, Solutions Engineers and of course DevRel professionals).

    Estuary offers full health benefits, competitive salary, unlimited PTO, 401K, equity, and a culture that values trust, transparency, and a flexible work environment to optimize your work/life balance.

    To apply, send your resume and any questions to [email protected]

  • Who's Hiring? - August 2022
    1 project | /r/golang | 4 Aug 2022
    Flow Gazette We are looking for a backend engineer who is early in their career (around 1-3 years of industry experience) to join our team.
  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (July 2022)
    13 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Jul 2022
    Estuary Technology | Junior Backend Engineer | Rust, Go | REMOTE OR HYBRID | Regional offices in NYC & Columbus, OH

    Estuary (https://www.estuary.dev/) is the first real-time Data Operations platform for future-poof pipelines, including both historical and real-time data set up in minutes.

    Our team is rapidly growing, VC funded and led by two successful, repeat founders.

    We primarily develop in rust and go and are heavily built on top of gazette which is an internally developed streaming engine.

    Flow: https://github.com/estuary/flow

    Gazette: https://gazette.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

    We are looking for a junior backend engineer with 2-3 years of industry experience.

    For engineers who have an unquenched curiosity and drive to solve complex distributed systems problems, this is an opportunity to advance your career alongside a team of subject matter experts.

    We are focused on expanding our catalog of open-source data connectors and building out our managed service platform.

    ESTIMATED COMPENSATION: $110,000 - $150,000.

    Estuary offers full health benefits, competitive salary, unlimited PTO, 401K, equity, and a culture that values trust, transparency, and a flexible work environment to optimize your work/life balance.

    Email your resume to [email protected] to apply!

  • On 2022-04-05, the default branch will be renamed from โ€œmasterโ€ to โ€œmainโ€
    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Mar 2022
    It does seem like a weird bug that this would cause errors https://github.com/estuary/flow/runs/5642694619?check_suite_... seems like it should be some kind of warning instead of an error?
  • Ask HN: Is there a way to subscribe to an SQL query for changes?
    17 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Apr 2021
    where you'd subscribe for live updates.

    [1]: https://github.com/estuary/flow

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