These are some links that I've captured over the last week. These are things either that I want to read more about or share with the world.
AWS EC2 t4g.micro is free until December 31st, 2021:
Free Trial: All new and existing AWS customers can try the t4g.micro instances free until December 31, 2021. During the free-trial period, customers who run a t4g.micro instance will automatically get 750 hours per month deducted from their monthly bill. Refer to the FAQ for additional details.
Great article on Rails errors and how i18n errors get provisioned without diving into the source code. (He does the work of pulling out the important pieces of Rails code)
Pretty basic article on why simple things means performant. This isn't much different from Lambda + DyanmoDB + ES, but lacks scalablity.
https://github.com/blevesearch/bleve + https://github.com/dgraph-io/badger seems like a good combo that is worth exploring especially if you can get these tools compiled in with the web binary. I typically leverage sqlite3 for my primary datastore, but after looking at KV stores recently, I'm eager to dive in and see if this is a better experience. Also, this looks interesting: https://github.com/buraksezer/olric