This is an attempt to treat what I would call acolyer's syndrome which is the gilt felt by people that would like to read papers as often as Adrian Colyer but never do.
So I will blog the ones I read here to try to follow Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret
I will blog weekly because I won't read a paper a day, but I will try to read around 4 or 5 papers a week if they are around 12~15 pages, if they are longer I will read less.
The initial topics are stream processing systems and distributed systems, I will follow the references that I find interesting to inform future papers.
I will also read papers that I find interesting as I go.
ok, without further ado, here are the ones I read this week.
Related to stream processing:
- Partition and Compose: Parallel Complex Event Processing
- The CQL Continuous Query Language: Semantic Foundations and Query Execution
- Monitoring Streams – A New Class of Data Management Applications
Clasics I wanted to read:
- Dynamo: Amazon’s Highly Available Key-value Store
- Time, Clocks, and the Ordering of Events in a Distributed System
In queue: 33