I recently had a chance to speak about rqlite, the distributed, lightweight database built on SQLite, at the University of Pittsburgh Computer Science Club. It was a good evening as I spoke about distributed systems, the problems they solve, and how rqlite uses Raft to replicate SQLite.
You can find the presentation here.
The new Analytics system, built by my team at Percolate, allows our end-users to program their own custom calculations, offering them the ability to precisely customize the product for their needs.
At the center of that feature is a Pratt Parser. Percolate recently presented on this topic at the San Francisco Python Meetup. You can find the slides here, and code here.
Last night Percolate hosted the San Francisco Elasticsearch Meetup.
I acted as host, and it was a great night, with excellent speakers and presentations.
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I gave a presentation on Ekanite — the syslog server with built-in search — tonight at the San Francisco Go Meetup. It was an enjoyable evening, and I had a chance to discuss why I built Ekanite, how it works, and where it might go in the future.
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I made a presentation on rqlite tonight at the San Francisco Go Meetup. It was an enjoyable evening, and I had a chance to discuss why I built rqlite, how it works, and where it might go in the future.
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I recently presented at the InfluxDB San Francisco Meetup, on InfluxDB and the Raft consensus protocol. My talk was about the fundamental problems of distributed systems, and how InfluxDB uses Raft to solve these issues.
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