Shantanu Kumar 2017-04-01T02:15:43.798275Z

Looks like Pyroclast is built on top of Onyx: @anujsays

anujsays 2017-04-01T02:16:03.799514Z


Shantanu Kumar 2017-04-01T02:24:14.833169Z

Good to see Pyroclast going for strong consistency instead of eventual

anujsays 2017-04-01T04:43:12.334347Z

I recently saw their Clojure/West demo. Really a good one. At the back they are using Datomic and Dynamo DB. Both support strong consistency. Are you referring to the same level?

Shantanu Kumar 2017-04-01T15:15:37.435650Z

@anujsays I meant strong consistency as a design choice. Of course, DynamoDB’s offer in read consistency — eventual/strong is quite nice to have. Quite a few systems get built on eventual consistency introducing error-prone complexity in the application dealing with it.

anujsays 2017-04-01T15:16:15.438324Z


robertchristopher 2017-04-01T17:38:11.128604Z

@kumarshantanu saw your message in meetup, I just joined the slack

Shantanu Kumar 2017-04-01T18:11:35.294122Z

@robertchristopher Hey! Per the first Saturday convention, the May meetup would be on 6th of May at 3:00pm. Once you confirm the venue (Quintype) I can create the event.