Cadence Community Spotlight Update - August 2022

Here’s the latest in our regular monthly Community Spotlight updates that gives you news from in and around the Cadence community! Please see below for a roundup of the highlights: Community Survey We are working on putting together our first community survey to find out a bit more about our community. We would like to get your feedback about on a few things such as: how you are using Cadence any specific experiences you have had where you'd like to see new features any special use cases not yet covered and of course whatever other feedback you'd like to give us So please watch out for the survey which will be coming out to you via the Slack channel soon! Support Activity We have noticed that community activity is increasing and that we are continuing to respond to questions in our Slack #support channel. Eight questions have been posted in the channel this month and another seven questions have been posted on StackOverflow. We encourage people to post their questi ...

Cadence Community Spotlight Update - July 2022

Here’s our monthly Community Spotlight update that gives you news from in and around the Cadence community! Please see below for a roundup of the highlights: Flying Drones with Cadence Community member Paul Brebner has released another blog in the series of using Cadence to manage a drone delivery service. You can see a simulated view of it in action Don’t forget to try out the code yourself and remember if you have used Cadence to do something interesting then please let us know so we can feature it in our next update. GitHub Statistics During July the main Cadence branch had 28 pull requests (PRs) merged. There were 214 files changed by 11 different authors. You can find more details here The Cadence documentati ...

Cadence Community Spotlight Update - June 2022

It’s time for our monthly Cadence Community Spotlight update with news from in and around the Cadence community! Please see below for a roundup of the highlights: Knowledge Sharing and Support Our Slack #support channel has been busy this month with 13 questions asked this month by 12 different community members. Six community members took time to respond to those questions which clearly shows our community is growing, collaborating and keen to share knowledge. Please don’t forget that we encourage everyone to post questions on StackOverflow using the cadence-workflow and uber-cadence tags so that others with similar questions or issues can easily search for and find an answer. Improving Technical Office Hours Over the last few months we have been holding regular monthly Office Hours meetings but they have not attracted as many participants as we would like. We would like to understand if there is something preventing people from attending (e.g perhaps the timing or ...

Cadence Community Spotlight Update - May 2022

Welcome to our regular Cadence Community Spotlight update! This is our monthly blog post series focused on news from in and around the Cadence community. Please see below for a short activity roundup of what has happened recently in the community. Cadence Polling Cookbook Do you want to understand polling work and have an example of how to set it up in Cadence? Well a brand new Cadence Polling cookbook is now available that gives you all the details you need. The cookbook was created by several members of the Instaclustr team and they are keen to share it with the community. The pdf version of the cookbook can found on the Cadence website under the Polling an external API for a specific resource to become available section of the Polling Use cases. A [Github repository](https://github.com/instaclustr/cadence-cookbook ...

Cadence Community Spotlight Update - April 2022

Welcome to our Cadence Community Spotlight update! This is our monthly blog post series focused on news from in and around the Cadence community. Please see below for a short activity roundup of what has happened recently in the community. SD Times Names Cadence Open Source Project of the Week In April Cadence was named as open source project of the week by the SD Times. Being named gives the project some great publicity and means the project is getting noticed. You can find a link to the article in the Cadence in the News section below. Follow Us on LinkedIn and Twitter! We have now set up Cadence accounts on LinkedIn and Twitter where you can keep up to date with what is happening in the community. We will be using these social media accounts to share news, articles, stories and links related to Cadence - so please follow us! And don’t forget to share your news with us. We are l ...