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Oh wow, that is news. What’s in store, a SQL interface for their platform, a la KSQL ? 🙂
@lady3janepl Listen very carefully, I will say this only once!
Allo allo… I love that you get that quite British reference!
you should @lady3janepl . partly because it is quintessential English humour...
and because it is a sitcom that has about 3 jokes in it... and they managed to keep it going for 8 or 9 seasons
it’s a weird artefact of where/when I was born that I’m like 0/100 on tv series that aren’t anime-on-vhs, but pretty up to date with films. I do need to catch up on it a bit, if only just for the context… and I’ll do so right after everything else I need to catch up on XD
just watch a few clips on youtube... as said there are about 3 jokes in it... and they go on and on and on.
i would guess that means the end of onyx @jasonbell? have mike or lucas blogged on it ?
it's true, i believe my reserves of cynicism have increased significantly recently
I am stockpiling my cynicism for when we leave the EU and it’s in short supply due to border tarrifs
i anticipant having a surplus, so i'll trade you for some optimism futures?
I think a healthy dose of cynicism is just that... healthy
iterator_to_array(map( compose( 'IrRegular\Tests\Hopper\second', 'IrRegular\Tests\Hopper\inc' ), self::$hashMap ))
(aka I want Clojure when I’m dealing with deeply nested data in other languages, dammit.)
does anyone have recommendations for a lazy JSON parser?
my primary concern is not holding the entire parsed document in memory
@mccraigmccraig Onyx will continue as open source, I think existing paying customers will move over to Confluent. I've not read the full details properly just what I picked up from the channel late last night.
@peterwestmacott i've used a stream of separate JSON records separated by newlines in the past
I think there's a name and a spec for that.
iirc that was a twitter feed
But I have no control over input format.
One big object.
I'm looking at Java interop to Jackson ATM, but other recommendations are welcome.
is that the jackson streaming api you are looking at @peterwestmacott?
it looks like it might be a bit low level, but I haven’t really got stuck into it yet
there's a clojure wrapper for that https://github.com/michalmarczyk/clj-lazy-json - i haven't used it, and it hasn't had any love for a good while... but jackson probably ins't a fast-evolving api, so maybe it's just stable
@yogidevbear tough week?
I'm sure you're well aware 😉
Cool news about the Onyx folks
Nice to see Clojure shops in the news
the onyx folks got bought by the kafka peeps @thomas
is this good news?
it sounds like good news
could be a @danieleneal pyrostore is really interesting... onyx is perhaps less interesting in a world containing kafka-streams (i've certainly been considering switching from onyx to kafka-streams just for the simpler config and deployment)
@mccraigmccraig Part of me is still a little sad that I couldn't get Onyx to handle what I needed it to handle, Kafka Streams didn't break sweat. And KSQL removes the need for creating Streaming API stuff as it's basically API abstraction, with KSQL you're building a streaming api application in effect.