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Nice to see some activity in this space. gives me a little encouragement for my lil up-start. Maybe we could trade notes? http://ikura.co

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Best of luck on your startup! It looks like your goals for Ikura are more ambitious than mine for Jobber --- e.g., Jobber doesn't spawn multiple instances of a job like Ikura does.

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I've heard erlang equated to a tank before. Mean and ugly. (Though I don't find her ugly any longer)

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Go's codename was Errlang, two 'r's.

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I found it interesting. Some overlap and some other ideas on the challenges are here, too: http://joearms.github.io/2014/02/07/why-programming-is-diffi...

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email. I use gnu's nmh in combination with some tickle folder tricks (43 folders) which would be neat to implement in an app. Alas, no time.

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A great (related) read: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FC1H8C

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Not a terrible place to start to get a nickle-tour of J.S. Bach, and from Bach's biggest fanatic, Glenn Gould: http://fixyt.com/watch?v=crQ8YEUkUjg

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Wow. I went my entire life thinking with complete error that J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier was a musical dossier celebrating modern tuning (of keyboards). I was 100% wrong. Thank-you for sharing that essay!

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`Also glad NYC is not the valley. But there is reason for it. It's not random. I think SV was first to market. This is more or less in keeping with my sentiments about it: http://www.evanmiller.org/marketing-startup-hubs.html

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Adding this into my stack. `Excited!

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I also follow this convention. One sentence, then new line. It looks a little janky, but when you run it through pandoc or whatever, it yields the way you would want.

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