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Paul Dix: Service-Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails
Synchronous Reads, Asynchronous Writes
Talk I gave at RubyConf 2009 on building large scale applications with RESTful services and AMQP messaging.
Machine Learning Techniques for the Semantic Web
A short talk on machine learning I gave at the NYC Semantic Web meetup.
Talk at the 2008 Gotham Ruby Conference on recommendation systems.
Building Web Service Clients with ActiveModel
Goruco 2010 about ActiveModel and Web Service Client Libraries.
My Ruby library for parsing and fetching feeds at blinding speed.
My Ruby library exposes a DSL for building Nokogiri backed SAX parsers.
My Ruby library for running HTTP requests quickly, easily, and in parallel.
NYC Machine Learning Meetup
The meetup I organize. Talks from researchers and practitioners on machine learning and related technologies and techniques.
Errplane for exception notifications, log aggregation, metrics, and alerts.
My startup! We're focused on making exception notification, monitoring, alerting, and related DevOps fast, easy and reliable.
Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink: The Myth and Truth of the NYC engineer shortage
Why Mark Suster is wrong about not hiring job hoppers
Parse Domains from URLs easily with Domainatrix
Resources for Synchronous Reads, Asynchronous Writes at RubyConf 2009
Typhoeus, the best Ruby HTTP client just got better
Bypassing wxWidgets error when building Erlang from Source on OS X
Detect and Parse Atom and RSS Feed URLs from HTML with TruffleHog
Using the Nginx Memcached module with Passenger
First NYC Machine Learning Meetup
Using Named Pipes in Ruby for Inter-process Communication
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