at the next Virtual Meetup we will get a great demo by @istvanrath and @abel.hegedus about IncQuery.
At the previous meetups @voelter suggested we look into IncQuery as a core component of the ActiveRepository he proposed. Read more here.
For this demo we could not use Zoom, so we are planning to use a tool name Jitsi. It works in the browser and you should not need to install anything (at least on a computer). I just tried it and it was super easy and quick to start.
For the meeting on Thursday you can use this link:
Click the following link to join the meeting from your computer: https://meet.jit.si/FoolishApesPartyAlone
Just want to dial in on your phone?
Call one of the following numbers:
Dial your meeting ID: '1768568979' and you will be connected!
For more details on the tool you can visit: https://jitsi.org/
Hope this will work for everyone that wants to participate. It should
I am looking forward to see you at the next meeting!
Thank you very much for the kind invitation!
As our talk/demo is going to be pretty deep tech-heavy, I suggest everyone to read through our website at https://incquery.io/, and in particular https://incquery.io/incquery-server-openmbee-demo/ and maybe listen to the webinar at the bottom of the page, so that you have a basic idea of what our platform is.
For those who’d prefer to read papers, I suggest to read https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3270112.3270125
Important note: while most of the text may suggest that our technology is geared towards No Magic / SysML-related scenarios, this is in fact not the case. In the demo, you’ll see why.
I’m reading through the docs right now.
Thanks a lot for the pointers.
In the Webinar video, you mention Live / streaming queries for early 2020. How far are you with these efforts? I didn’t see any such mention in the release notes.
Another question: Do you store the complete model again (next to the original repository)? I’m not considering the full-text search index.
Thanks a lot, I’m looking forward to your demo!
Thanks everyone for attending today. It was a very good discussion. I’m attaching the slides.
Don’t hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.