Interested in the opinions of people who work there, as well as those who don't.
Best may have different interpretations, so interested in knowing about your criterion for selecting the best as well.
For anyone wanting to take a look:
It's a small and simple codebase, that implements a cross account DB backup capability on your AWS deployments.
I think it's an example of wonderfully written infrastructure python code, clear, concise and very easy to understand as a result.
- Brotli compression, google
- Clickhouse (highly efficient OLAP db), yandex
- ESBuild (extremely fast js bundler), figma
- TailwindCSS (rapid css styling made ez)
- Caddy (nice auto-ssl for the lazy, also nice proxy)
- HAProxy (highly configurable proxy/lb)
- uWebSockets (highly performant web server with websockets; used by bitfinex, kraken, trello; has uWebSockets.js api for nodejs)
Thanks for sharing!
Nicely done ;)
Seriously though, it seems to be very well-written, at first glance. Thanks.