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{developer, {distributed, scala, akka, learning_more}}, good food, good beer, bouldering.
{developer, {distributed, scala, akka, learning_more}}, good food, good beer, bouldering.

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The DC-tree: A Fully Dynamic Index Structure for Data
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http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.46.4483&rep=rep1&type=pdf

A little older but an interesting index structure. There has been some follow-up work in a few areas for parallelizing and distributing variations of this.

If you are, or know, someone who wants to go to Devopsdays Vancouver but can't afford it, hit me up.  Got a spare ticket since I'm speaking.
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Following up on my earlier post, we have our speakers and talks set for EFL Vancouver.  Early bird tickets are available only until April 27.

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For those of you who might have missed it on the Polyglot Meetup page, Erlang Factory Lite is happening on May 17 at SFU downtown (Harbour Centre).  It's going to be a day full of talks on distributed systems, fault tolerance and sane design and not solely from the Erlang perspective.  I'm sure it's of interest for more than a few of you:

http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/show/conference-27/home

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Most of this at first glance seems far beyond me but the proceedings contain a pile of really interesting looking papers:

http://popl.mpi-sws.org/2014/

Looks like we're good to use HootSuite HQ for meeting on a bi-weekly basis.  Let's aim for June 17 at 6pm unless there are any strenuous objections.  It's at 5 East 8th Ave.

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Just posted my first relatively serious go project, a simple MIDI sequencer for OSX CoreMIDI:  https://github.com/j14159/goseq
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