#51 Rachel Reese, F Sharp, microservices and Jet

Summary
Rachel Reese tells me about her work at Jet, F#, chaos testing and being one of the Rachii.

Details
Who she is; what she does at Jet, F#, why did Jet choose F#, tech.jet.com blog; does the architecture have to change for F#, what's different for a C# developer, F# readability; Pipe operator; microservices at jet, "event driven cloud based functional microservices"; dividing up microservices, bounded contexts, dividing up your teams; how to deal with multiple languages in different services,  recording and replaying every single event; unit testing, property testing - FsCheck; chaos testing; geographic redundancy; The Rachii; upcoming conferences; Jet is hiring in NYC and Dublin, contact them rachel@jet.com or Aimee@jet.com.

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#36 Nicholas Blumhardt Seq and Serilog


Summary
Nicholas Blumhardt discusses Seq, Serilog and structured event logging with me.

Details
Who he is, what is serilog, Event Tracking for Windows (ETW) and Semantic Logging Application Block (SLAB), structured event streams, no more regex; finding events in your log, navigating from one type of event to another; what feedback he gets; datastore; seq, use cases, filtering by type; seq data storage, Microsoft Extensible Storage Engine; making money; releases and new versions; simple install and usage instructions.

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