One of the most important skills I believe programmers need is to understand when to use certain tools. My typical process for solving a problem is to go through each tool in my toolbox and see which one would solve … Read the rest
Day 3’s problem was an interesting one. We are given two wires and have to find the point where the two wires intersect that’s closest to the origin. As usual, we’ll approach this problem in two steps. First we’ll parse … Read the rest
Day 2 of the Advent of Code is a classic – implement a virtual machine for a simple assembly like. Eric Wastl, the creator of the AoC, has been writing challenges like this for years before the AoC even existed! … Read the rest
After being in beta for several months, Perfalytics is now generally available.
Perfalytics is my attempt to bring a new approach to database performance. Perfalytics integrates directly with your database to collect detailed performance information about your queries. Based on … Read the rest
My goal with Perfalytics is to hit $100,000 in annual recurring revenue by the end of 2019. To hit that goal, assuming each user is paying $99/month, I need to get to 85 paying users by the end of the … Read the rest
Running a bootstrapped business isn’t going to be easy. To make Perfalytics succeed, I’m going to need to lean on my strengths and, at the same time, compensate for my weaknesses.
I have some weaknesses which are going to make … Read the rest