Today, we are excited to launch TiDB Academy, a series of technical training courses and certifications on TiDB and distributed databases in general, taught by our senior technical team.
TiDB recently added its 200th contributor. As CEO and co-founder of PingCAP who began building TiDB three years ago, I would like to thank the entire TiDB community for helping us reach this important milestone!
This guide is intended to show how you can land your first Pull Request (PR) in Rust to contribute to TiKV in less than 30 minutes. But before we do that, here’s some helpful background.
At the crack of dawn on February 1, I landed in Brussels, Belgium, for the first time in my life. The goal of my trip wasn’t to taste the local cuisine, tour world-famous museums, or grab a pint of the local brew. It was to deliver a talk three days later at FOSDEM 2018 Rust Devroom about our experience at PingCAP using Rust to build TiKV, a distributed transactional Key-Value storage engine.
On January 20th, 2018, more than 200 coders, hackers, and techies streamed into Garage Café, a chic coffee shop in the heart of Beijing’s techhub, Zhongguancun. They were there to be part of TiDB DevCon 2018, a technology party for the developers, by the developers!
Subscribe to Stay Informed!