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Yahoo Developer Jan 13
Speak at the 1st Annual (April 28th, San Francisco) - more info here: .
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StreamNative Jan 16
Adding and removing nodes is one of the most common operations when managing a distributed system. In , adding and removing nodes is incredibly simple because there’s no need to rebalance data.
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wolf4j Jan 16
Replying to @eronwright
Sounds like a very nice feature😂😂
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wolf4j Jan 16
Welcome to join 👏 The native go client reference to
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wolf4j Jan 16
Good job 👏 Expect more and more people to participate
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StreamNative Jan 15
Excited to see reached its 5K stars! Proud of being part of the fast growing community and helped shape the future of event streaming technology!
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wolf4j Jan 16
Cool!!! 😎😎😎In addition, there are rust, .net, ruby, node js and so on. always one option fit for you😜😜😜
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wolf4j Jan 15
Hello , the is a cgo client, It depends on pulsar-cpp-client, so You should build the .so file in your environment first.
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StreamNative Jan 13
Another meetup will be held on January 15 at Toronto with the following talks: - RIP Apache Kafka, long live Apache Pulsar - Pulsar in Action, getting your hands dirty with Pulsar
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Pierre Zemb Jan 7
Just submitted our 's conference with !
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wolf4j Jan 9
cool
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StreamNative Jan 8
We're excited to sponsor in San Jose, Mar 15–18. Join us and save 25% on most passes with the code StreamNative25.
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StreamNative Jan 8
The first in San Francisco will take place in April 2020. If you have any speaking proposals on use cases, operations, technology deep dive, and ecosystem, feel free to submit before January 31, 2020 at
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Pulsar Summit Jan 8
The first San Francisco 2020 CFP is now open. If you have any speaking proposals on use cases, operations, technology deep dive, and ecosystem, feel free to submit before January 31, 2020 at
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Sijie Jan 8
The first Pulsar conference is coming in April 2020! If you have a great story to share with the community, submit your talk proposal now! Can’t wait to hearing your stories!
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wolf4j Jan 8
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Anonymitaet Jan 7
This is the community weekly update for 2019-12-21 ~ 2020-01-03, with updates on: - Pulsar Summit - Hacker news - Bug fixes for 2.5.0 release You can check all Pulsar weekly updates at .
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Apache Pulsar Jan 7
The first user survey is now open! Share your feedback to help us improve the project:
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Karthik Jan 2
2020 starts with exciting news - is No 1 in hacker news today.
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Sijie Jan 2
Impressive! Bytedance (the parent company of ) has used in production for years to build their metadata layer for managing their extabytes of big data. They chose for its reliability at scale!!
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