Still, it shows that SteamOS is still rough around the edges and there's more work to do.
But if there's only one video to watch, it's the one about the controller, they have some really interesting ideas (like letting the community decide which mapping is the best for a given game).
And I also think Google's API is better than AWS, for what I've done so far. At least the naming makes sense ... And it's definitely faster to boot an instance (but who cares, it's not like it's the main thing you do).
I'll publish some notes on GitHub before the end of the weekend.
The book is good as a solid introduction to distributed systems. There's a lot of interesting links in the appendix (more things to read in the next few months :-) ). My next paper will probably be about Raft.
I kind of miss working with this kind of systems and the discussion we had about them at Linkfluence.
Anyway, if you are curious about distributed systems, go ahead and read this book, its short and concise, you won't waste your time.
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