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From Ash Berlin-Taylor <>
Subject Re: Hangout: Learn how to hack on Airflow (CHANGE OF DAY)
Date Thu, 28 Mar 2019 10:35:39 GMT
Hi all,

This is today. Hope to see you all there.

The link below is

My original mail might not have been all that clear on the focus of this session: it will
be how I work on Airflow itself (rather than using Airflow to build dags) especially around
running tests etc


> On 25 Mar 2019, at 16:21, Ash Berlin-Taylor <> wrote:
> Due to an epic scheduling mix up (also known as I failed to put something in my calendar,
namely I promised my best man I'd babysit for him on Wednesday. Oops!) I am moving this to
the next day Thursday, 28th March.
> Thursday 28th Mar at 17:00 GMT/1pm EST/10am PDT
>> On 22 Mar 2019, at 18:18, Ash Berlin-Taylor <> wrote:
>> Hi Airflowers,
>> Starting with some of the newer engineers at Astronomer, a number of people have
recently asked me what the best way to develop Airflow is, especially when it comes to running
>> So I thought I'd host a short group hangout this Wednesday 27th Mar at 17:00 GMT/1pm
EST/10am PDT (note, times are only 4/7 hours apart next week, not the usual 5/8) where I'll
run through how I hack on Airflow, tricks I use for running tests locally (Sneak preview:
I never run them all locally, it just takes too long!) and will try to answer any questions.
>> I'll try and record it too for people who can't make it.
>> I'll follow up with a URL once I work out which platform to use (it may be a Google
Hangout, or something else)
>> If you could reply to me OFF LIST so I can get an idea of interest, that would be
useful, but not required.
>> Thanks,
>> Ash

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