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Hi Nic! Glad you could join 😃
Js building go! Crazy 🎉
👏 Tanguy 👏
I am really curious to see the end of your demo Tanguy. Looks great so far! 🙌
Love that readability, I’ll have to try out that pattern myself. You could also imagine reusing a package like that across an organization
I love the *Build helper and how the logs are regrouped
👋 I have to drop it was a cool presentation! Thank you for hosting!!
Thanks for joining Timothy!
@kyle I wonder if Build could be a higher level dagger standard
@Nic what's the URL for the example you showed? Is that refactor branch published? Thanks!
Yeah that’s interesting, it definitely gives a pretty nice DX
I should really catch ctrl C or task kill and cancel the context gracefully
And for tasks that need cleanup I really like the Go testing strategy of t.cleanup
That is nice!
I love those
Ringo De Smet
Thinking of it, with the introductions of the SDKs, where did extensions go? Abstracting a certain build step, implement it once, and reuse it from your Go/NodeJS/Python SDKs?
Ringo: extensions are still in the code, just not finished and therefore not launched 🙂 We decided to introduce all these new concepts and features incrementally, as a sequence of focused launches, to avoid indigestion. It's a lot of new stuff to understand
@Solomon, it is here, I just started kicking this idea around this afternoon when I got back. It is not fully working yet
That's exciting for me too
Snap, I am windows and WSL user
Ringo De Smet
Solomon: good to hear it is still in. I wouldn’t want to loose the cross-language consumption of pre-tested build “segments”.
I call them pipelines 🙂 Terminology is still up in the air
So cool that you were able to put this all together from the schema
Yeah very impressive, given the level of polish in our tooling for this 🙂
We didn't expect someone to show up and start building something like this so quickly
Super cool, that is actually a super nice way of building commandlets too
I have a little unplanned demo if there's extra time at the end 🙂
Just got something to work (barely) this morning
I got my demo working as well
I can leave you the demo time Solomon
Lol GOOS plural is geese!
Next demo 4d please
Erik, we prob want to generalize this guide to live outside of Go SDK since Tanguy just showed using it with Node.js SDK 🙂
Need a top level guides section for things that are true across the SDKs.
^ Good point... Guess we need a language agnostic section?
Probably a “common patterns” section
Yeah, we’d need to think through that more because the idea was that a user could live in their SDK docs section and not have to move around.
We can link to the common patterns from the lang-specific guides too 🙂
Good point, though.
Wow that’s crazy
(sorry my mic was on)
Gotta drop, amazing stuff from everyone today!
Ringo De Smet