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Patrick Chanezon about Platforms and Software Development


Tweeting Ulysses on Bloomsday

June 16th, 2009 · No Comments

I spent the past 2 nights in Singapore coding a fun literary experiment: I was initially planning to Tweet Joyce’s Ulysses the 16th of June, Bloomsday, with some friends. But I realized it was too late for that. Then I decided to crowdsource it, and created a Mechanical Irish using Google Appengine Python. Please try […]

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Apero de geeks a la cantine mercredi soir

September 15th, 2008 · No Comments

David Sapiro de l’equipe Plone a gentiment accepte d’etendre l’apero Plone de mercredi soir a la communaute open source interesses par les APIs Google. C’est super sympa car c’est lui qui loue la salle. Moi je paierai les pizzas:-) C’est a la cantine, a 18h. C’est la veille de Google Developer days Paris, donc on […]

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Slides for “Google Opening up to Developers” talk at Evans Data Conference

April 8th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Today at the Evans Data Developer Relations Conference I gave a talk, Google Opening up to Developers: From 3 to 40 APIs in 2 years about the history of Google APIs up to yesterday (with the launch of Google App Engine). Here are the slides: | View | Upload your own

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