[sf-perl] Call for Lightning, pt II (was Re: OSCON impressions - detailed blog post)
doom at kzsu.stanford.edu
Tue Aug 25 12:44:21 PDT 2009
Michael Friedman <friedman at highwire.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Joe Brenner wrote:
> > But don't forget we've got *two* meetings in September. on
> > September 3rd (that's *next week*) we have Kristina Chodorow of
> > 10gen talking about non-relational databases (though that's not at
> > the usual Six Apart location).
> Speaking of next week... Do we have any more details on the Sep 3rd
> meeting? There's nothing on the Meetup site and I don't remember
> seeing any email about where and when it will be.
Yes, I was just wondering about that myself. (I think Fred's rhythm may
be off: we've got meetings two weeks in a row). Here's some info about
Date: September 3rd, 2009
Speaker: Kristina Chodorow, of 10gen
Topic: "Non-relational Databases".
Specifically, she's working on the perl driver for "MongoDB", a
Cellspace, 2050 Bryant Street (between 18th and 19th st), Mission district.
16th St BART station is closest.
Cellspace right on the 27 bus line, which stops at 18th & Bryant.
The 27 also stops on 5th Street near Market, near the Powell Street
Cellspace very close to the 22 bus line, which stops at 16th and Bryant.
The 22 also stops along the J-line, e.g. at Church and Market.
For reference: Cellspace is the same distance from BART as Six
Apart (0.6 miles), though it is further from a MUNI train-line
(the closest is probably the J on Church Street, at 18th, though the
16th Street one is a good place to transfer to the 22).
Not: The 16th and Mission BART station neigborhood is a bit grubbier
than the BART at Powell Street (though none of them win any prizes).
That night at Cellspace, there's also an "Open Studios" event, so we'll
be walking though a gallery opening on our way in and out.
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