-Re: Did anything interesting come out of the Strata Pig meetup, from a dev perspective?
We got bad video that I'll post, and two sets of slides: Alan's intro
to Pig and Daniel Dai's new features in Pig 0.11. We had TONS of
questions to a panel of three (from the left: Mat Kelcey, Alan Gates,
Doug Daniels), and I will track/comment in JIRA when questioners
aren't able to do so and post a summary here/@user. Many questions
were about low-hanging usability fruit, which is exciting, as they are
(relatively) easy fixes. There was positive feedback about the new
I'll post all this stuff once we're airborne.
Other highlights included:
* We flyered for the event all over Strata. I played human billboard.
* The flyers promised Cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery
* We had almost 100 ppl in attendance
* We had enough cupcakes to go around (thanks to Kim Truong from
* Mortar Data will continue to organize NYC meetups, and we'll
continue to sponsor those as well
Russell Jurney twitter.com/rjurney
On Oct 26, 2012, at 2:54 PM, Jonathan Coveney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I am told that the turnout was really good, and that it was generally high
> I'm curious, for the people who were there, if there were any salient
> themes from the people there that would require development effort. This
> could be scripting language support, Hcat integration, optimization,
> cleaner whitespace, whatever.
> I'm sure there will be an HW blog post about it but I'm looking for stuff
> that could help influence what 0.12 looks like.