‘Tis the saison for hacking, and what better way to spend it than Tap-Toberfest?
As we launched the Singer Working Group and Meltano Labs, we put a call out to the community to build taps with us using the Singer SDK from October 14th through the 21st. Thanks to you it was a big success! Here are some highlights:
- 13 (spooky) taps and counting were submitted to the MeltanoHub.
- Lederhosen were donned, beer was consumed. (This is the real success metric right here)
- Several pair programming sessions took place. Based on your feedback several issues were filed for Meltano and the SDK that will improve the tap developer experience.
This week we used our bi-weekly Demo Day slot so folks could show off taps they did. You can watch the recording below.
- Steve Clarke showed us how he added Change Data Capture support to pipelinewise-tap-mssql.
- Derek Visch had a dubbel header, showing us tap-clickup and tap-pubg.
- Reuben Frankel walked us through pulling music chart data via tap-spotify.
- Aaron Phethean showed us how he collected temperature data via tap-thunderboard.
- Josh Lloyd used tap-rest-api-msdk to auto-discover a streams schema.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to making the first Tap-toberfest amazing! We’d love to hear your feedback so we can continue to improve events such as this one. Everyone who participated will be receiving a special edition Melty stein as well as some other goodies. Please make sure you register your taps here so that we can get these sent out to you!
If you missed out this time around, you’ll have another opportunity to participate next quarter! Join our community to be notified of the next event and stay tuned for exclusive Meltano swag.
We hope the rest of the month gose well for you. Until we meet again!