So, Node is becoming more and more a requirement for doing modern dev work. I admit I’ve been slow on the uptake on this, but I’m always wanting to learn new things, so I’ve been getting to grips with it recently.
So, in part to build up a bit of node code on my github profile, and in part to prove a concept for something I
talked about recently when I rewrote the Known event queue processor back end, I wrote a Node version of the event queue processor service. Usage
Configure your database settings and path to Known in the
By default, the settings are configured to talk to Known as installed with by the
Then, run the event queue:
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It’s that time again! Time to come listen to some great live music and dig into your pockets to help some worthy causes, at the same time as others around the world are doing the same!
Oxford Twestival is back. So, put the 24th of March in your diary and make sure you join us at the newly opened Truck Store on the Cowley road.
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But first, be sure to
snap up your ticket!
Oxford band practice is an informal group that gives people who want the opportunity to play and improve their ability the opportunity to play with other musicians in a relaxed atmosphere.
After a long break, I am please to announce that the next practice will be on the
31st March from 7pm at Soundworks Studios, Oxford.
This time we will be practising “Another Brick in the Wall (part 2)” by Pink Floyd, so grab a music sheet and learn your part.
For you more aural oriented sorts, you might find this youtube clip useful:
More details will be put out on the group’s
Facebook page, I hope to see you there!
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