[sf-perl] Call for Lightning, pt II (was Re: OSCON impressions - detailed blog post)

Joe Brenner 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
that meeting:

  Date:     September 3rd, 2009
  Time:     8pm
  Speaker:  Kristina Chodorow, of 10gen
  Topic:   "Non-relational Databases".

  Specifically, she's working on the perl driver for "MongoDB", a
  documented-oriented database:



  Cellspace, 2050 Bryant Street (between 18th and 19th st), Mission district.

  Transit info:
  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
  BART/MUNI station.

  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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