Github repo

October 29, 2009

I’m uploading almost all code from this blog to my repo at github: .

There’s some really ugly stuff, old ruby constructs, but all in all it’s been fun to review and update them. One of my top posts of all time, about text classification and ruby is getting a review and will be uploaded too.

Any code you want ? Questions ? Feel free to post them in comments.


Twisted COMET

October 28, 2009

I was about to write a post about NGINX, Python, Twisted and COMET, but it got so long that I decided to break it in 2 or 3 parts.

The first one is a kind of follow-up to the last post . This time the subject is a script that will search for a given word in twitter, and update the results in a continuous fashion. Once you point your browser to http://localhost:8000/ it will start to receive the results from time to time, as a big download (which is what COMET is about).


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