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Founder of OK GROW!, I'm passionate about creating great software & helping others do the same.
Founder of OK GROW!, I'm passionate about creating great software & helping others do the same.

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Meteor Interviews episode 10: What the fork? Clinical Meteor and industry-specific distributions with Abigail Watson

The 10th interview in the series. I talked with Abigail Watson about the Clinical Meteor project, forking, and whether Meteor should be a cathedral or a bazaar. We get into the current discussion about the effects of Meteor opening up and becoming less opinionated.

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Meteor Interviews episode 9: MDG's new consulting services group with Zoltan Olah (Percolate/MDG) http://ow.ly/P3NOs

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Excellent Toronto daily news site & weekly newsletter

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Meteor Interviews episode 8: SQL and Meteor with Ben Green

The 8th interview in the series. I talked with Ben Green about the state of using SQL with Meteor and the technical challenges that are involved in getting SQL support up to par with Mongo.

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The 8th episode of my podcast! I interviewed Ben Green about SQL and #MeteorJS

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Last week's Toronto #MeteorJS meetup.

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Multi-process support is available now in FireFox Developer edition!  https://wiki.mozilla.org/Electrolysis

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Meteor Interviews episode 7: Matt DeBergalis (Meteor founder) on where Meteor is headed next

The 7th interview in the series. I talked with Matt DeBergalis about the future of Meteor. Matt talked about how Meteor came to be and where it’s going. We talked about the forthcoming Galaxy hosting platform, React, being opinionated, and the Meteor Development Group’s decision-making process about which components make up the Meteor stack.

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