It's hard to believe, but today is the end of our second cycle of Write Stuff here at Compose. You may remember our first cycle ended back in November. Since then, we've had five new articles accepted and published, and each writer got $200 cash and $200 in Compose credit.
But, we want to find the best, so we need your help. Below are the five articles from this cycle. Check them out and pick your favorite. Then vote using form below. We'll take your results and the results of our judges here at Compose and we'll pick a winner who will receive an additional $500 bonus. Without further ado, here are the five to choose from
- Ryan Scott Brown - Using JSON Extensions in PostgreSQL from Python
- Gigi Sayfan - Arrays and Replication: A MongoDB Performance Pitfall
- Robert M. Wysocki - It's a view, it's a table... no, it's a materialized view!
- Igor Ribeiro Lima - Using GraphQL with MongoDB
- Robert M. Wysocki - Elephant-watching - Monitoring PostgreSQL
Read the articles above and then select your favourite on the voting slip below - closing date for votes is Friday, February 5th:
After reviewing the entries, do you think you have what it takes to participate? Check out our Write Stuff page for all the details. The third cycle starts on February 8th and runs to the end of April... we'll have a whole new way to take part in Write Stuff for this cycle so watch out for the announcement next week!