China’s only female Apache member on the rise of open source in China (Ep. 414)


February 11, 2022

We additionally cowl the great form of database fragmentation.

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We chat with Trista (Juan) Pan, CTO and co-founder, and Yacine Si Tayeb, head of worldwide operations, each of SphereEX, about their open-source product Apache ShardingSphere. Sharding splits a database into smaller distributed databases to unfold question load throughout a number of servers. We speak concerning the complexities that come up with giant databases, the rise of open supply in China, and the way Trista’s place as the one feminine Apache member in China may also help different ladies get into expertise. 

Episode notes

SphereEX builds distributed knowledge methods, making it simpler for organizations to load stability huge knowledge shops throughout a number of servers. 

Now that open-source software program has taken over Western software program, it’s China’s flip. Even massive firms like Baidu and Bytedance are opening up their initiatives. 

Trista is the only female Apache member in China, which is each an honor and an indication of how a lot work must be completed to assist ladies in STEM. 

This episode’s Lifeboat badge shoutout goes to swati kiran for her reply to Error: EACCES: permission denied, mkdir ‘/usr/local/lib/node_modules/node-sass/build’.

Tags: apache, china, database, open source, sharding, the stack overflow podcast

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