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16th
Sep 2015
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 16:36
Hey Guys I wanted to continue the Tech Talk room from mashwork
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 16:49
is this a private room?
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 16:50
nope
do we need it private?
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 16:51
dont think so ...
unless you want to talk about some ideas you want to keep them private
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 16:52
nah
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 16:52
maybe different rooms
dragoncwh
@dragoncwh
Sep 16 2015 16:56
hey guys
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 16:56
HEY!!!!
dragoncwh
@dragoncwh
Sep 16 2015 16:57
:)
interesting concept
Ryano Taylor
@ryanosaur
Sep 16 2015 17:03
oh hai. thanks for the invite greg.
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 17:05
there is a gap between application development and datastore tech
so database as computing engine sounds like an effort to bridge the gap between application dev and datastore tech
hey @ryanosaur nice to meet you here
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 17:14
datastore tech
hmmm
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 17:15
i think the blogpost made a very valid point
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 17:32
@GTDev87 are you interested in http://www.meetup.com/mysqlnyc/events/225317280/
more a VC perspective on seed funding
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 17:50
deis is really interesting
i may not need to use kubernetes
this is simipler
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 17:59
kubernetes helps you manage resource more efficiently
not necessary for solving your problem
missed early bird registration
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 18:06
also im so excited react-native now does android
all my mobile apps will use that... with clojurescript
lu you should take a look
reagent + react native
if you want to do ... more frontish end stuff
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 18:06
i will
why not OM?
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 18:07
reagent is a version of oh
om
i hear its simpler to use
but yea... everyone whom i invited. Just wanted to make a room to talk about new tech
just a chatroom about cool stuff you want to use/hack
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 18:13
i wonder i you can put coreos inside of android
.... maybe that's just silly
Bryan Tyler Parker
@btparker
Sep 16 2015 18:56
whaddup my Glip Glops!
Lu
@luliu27
Sep 16 2015 19:12
android runs vagrant runs coreos?
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 20:22
yea
silly idea
but it's a way of running code... everywhere
or everywhere with an IP address
Greg
@GTDev87
Sep 16 2015 21:23
just realized had 6 vms running on my comp... not a good idea