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InfluxDB Week in Review – Dec 18, 2015

In this post we’ll recap the most interesting InfluxDB related content you may have missed in the last two weeks or so. Blogs, Articles, Docs and How-Tos InfluxDB the Company is Now InfluxData Announcing InfluxDB v0.9.6 – Updates to the …

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Announcing the InfluxDB Slack Channel

With the recent blog on contributing to InfluxDB, we have seen a significant increase in community pull requests! To make sure that we are supporting the community as much as possible, we will now be active on the #influxdb channel …

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Do You Want to Be an Open Source Developer?

Since joining the InfluxDB core engineering team eleven months ago, I’ve been asked several times what it is like being an open source developer, and if it would be something they (the person asking) would enjoy. The only way I …

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Make your mark on the InfluxDB source

InfluxDB is an open-source project, and we rely heavily on the community when it comes to development. Bug reports, performance numbers, and helping each other, as we iterate on the software, are all very helpful. In fact, it is in …

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Hacktoberfest – Pull Requests Equal T-Shirts

We are excited to be one of the featured open source projects in this month’s DigitalOcean & GitHub Hacktoberfest! What’s Hacktoberfest? Hacktoberfest is a month-long event sponsored by DigitalOcean in partnership with GitHub, encouraging people to contribute to GitHub-hosted open …

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Java is the COBOL of my generation and Go is its successor (and other reflections after GopherCon)

Last week I attended GopherCon in Denver, the first ever Golang conference. There were fantastic talks on Go and various projects, but for me the most exciting thing about the conference was meeting enthusiastic people in this nascent developer community. …

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