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Apache Pulsar - FLIpN Stack News - July 18, 2022

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In preparation for my upcoming meetup talk with David, I have been looking at the Apache Pulsar Sink for Lakehouses. Some fun Delta.io stuff coming.

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Lots of cool events coming, so stay tuned.


For any of my FLiP Stack Weekly readers, I have a really good discount code for the conference so reach out. It will be good to see you in August.


Pulsar Summit!!!!!!!









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EVENTS





July 25, 2022. 2 pm EST. Code on the Beach. Virtual Florida. Deep Dive into Building Streaming Applications with Apache Pulsar


July 26, 2022. 3 pm EST.


August 4, 2022 - FLiPN Stack. 1PM EST



August 6-8, 2022: ApacheCon Asia. Virtual.


Sept 13-16, 2022: OSS Summit


Oct 3-6, 2022: Apache Con, New Orleans, LA.


Oct 4-5, 2022: Current: Apache Kafka Summit. Austin, TX.


Oct 25, 2022: KubeCon: Detroit

Nov 23, 2022: Big Data EU


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