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but the idea is for them to perform self-assembly, which I think is beyond what even Ikea can achieve 😄
Interesting though, my recipe calls for longer baking time, probably for the glazing to set
No, but now that you say that, I notice that it’s growing at the same rate as the new builds outside so who knows ;)
New builds? Nah, they’re British developers, raise the building in months and wait years to put the roof in ;)
rrrrright. I think I’ve just found the original Ikea instructions http://www.toxel.com/inspiration/2010/10/01/cooking-book-without-instructions/
I know in Cyprus you often see houses with metal rods sticking out the roof, which means the building, despite being a complete house that can be lived in, counts as 'unfinished' because they were 'intending to put on another floor' so there's some tax they can avoid paying
Of course they also then can put on another floor if a grandparent or child wants to live upstairs
Final verdict: nice morning buns, much less sweet than Ikea ones (but then I didn’t sugar-glaze them)
I don’t think I’m UK you can live in an unfinished house, it’s more of a cash flow management (?) trick
@carr0t - That was__ a standard tax dodge all over Greece, but I expect that loophole has been closed quite convincingly in the last 4-5 years with all the Greek / EU imposed Austerity and bail-out stuff.
Anyone out there got a solid recommendation vis a vis development setup for Kafka? I am thinking Docker, and I've figured out that I need(?) a Zookeeper instance as well as a Kafka instance... Do I just create a Docker Group..?
I found it was surprisingly janky on OSX with compose, took some messing around with hosts
Need to get my Kafka chops up and running again. KSQL has changed the landscape on a few things (basically abstractions of streaming API apps) and I've got two talks between now and the end of the year to do.
I've only used it for POCs so far tbh, ended up going with kinesis on the actual things I had to ship
I'm running on Arch, not MacOS - I will look and see if there's a Pacman solution, but I do like the way in which running Docker containers for things like Kafka makes cleanup "easy"
@alex.lynham - No particular reason, just that the idea behind the choice was couched in terms of using Kafka
I thought that Kinesis is / was a different beast to Kafka - for one thing I did not realise that Kinesis preserved order, in the way that Kafka does.
If they have feature parity then I could not care less, but order-maintenance is pretty important in this use-case.
I had to design a data arch recently and went kinesis over kafka mostly due to lack of platform/maintenance cost
@maleghast I just ran kafka on my linux laptop, worked just fine with multiple brokers. Install zookeeper, install kafka, start zookeeper, start brokers, write code 🙂
tbh when I was designing an architecture around kafka/kinesis my kafka assumption was it'd run on an EC2 instance as the k8s story is more complex
at my last role I was designing Kafka based on rolling it out to OpenShift (RedHat Docker/Kubernetes platform), the main infrastructural challenge was persistent storage available, as what was provided internally may not have had the performance we needed.
I left the company 🙂 Eventually I have no doubt they will build a solid Kafka service that development teams can adopt. This shared Kafka service should be on OpenShift and there will be an on-boarding process to define what capacity and performance you are seeking from the service. Its what we did start working on, but the limited storage options was seen as a big blocker.
Haha okay :) storage at the one end and zk at the other does make the kafka story more complex it seems...
I scrolled past really quickly as I've not checked this channel all day and thought it was Colgate 😂
not used, but heard good things about that tool in particular when the discussion around github buyout happened
As a recent returnee to Java, I can attest that even new Java code looks massive and old-fashioned.
I had one story to finish... originally estimated at 2 days... took over 2 weeks in the end 😞
mostly spend trying to shoe-horn some extra functionality into a data model that doesn't quite fit...
i seem to remember fighting with hibernate goes hand in hand with using hibernate @thomas 🙂
it seems to be the case... I am not convinced about the whole thing. it is certainly easy... (at first) but you have to know an awful lot about it operates and what it does with standard settings and what you need to tell it explicitly. (part of that could be the JPA standard though).
@mccraigmccraig Hibernate calls are like