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November 2022

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Created a pull request in honeycombio/honeycomb-opentelemetry-node that received 13 comments

feat: add typescript example and smoky boi

Which problem is this PR solving? lack of a TypeScript example Short description of the changes Add example app that uses TypeScript Add smoke t…

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Created an issue in open-telemetry/ that received 3 comments

For .NET, where should ActivitySource and Meter instances live and why?

In .NET there's several common options for where to place these objects: Static instances (e.g., in a file called Telemetry.cs that stores other c…

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