A Tweet jukebox and Twitter bot built with Raspberry Pi, nodejs, Mopidy music server.
Alexandria is a microservice architecture built to empower content publishing at Abril, a media company in Brazil.
A series of talks and tutorials about Web Caching and HTTP
Open source code and tutorial showing how I built a goal detector using Twitter, Raspberry Pi and little bit of math.
A search playground with Pinboard web scraping and Solr search engine deployed on docker containers.
Some of the talks in conferences in Brazil when as developer advocate at Twitter
Demo Android mobile app built to show what Twitter mobile platform provides. Open source code and tutorial available.
Ruby port of the NLTK Punkt sentence segmentation algorithm.
If you work with multiple OSs simultaneously, this article may interest you.
Educational demo of Sign in with Twitter implemented in ruby and a complementary blog post at Twitter Developers blog.
Talk with a guide for concerned developers about HTTP API available authentication mechanisms. Presented at QCon São Paulo.
Bot that helps you to choose an event at Campus Party in Brazil (in Portuguese).
A sample Android Live Event app using Fabric to help your participants to follow what's happening.
Module to read from and write to the keys of a ruby Hash using methods.
Slides for a project that tracks real time click events on Home Pages
Talk given about Semantic Web at Abril and my unfinished Masters subject of study
Inspired by Rosetta Code, this repository is a community-powered collection of standalone samples of Twitter API resources
A co-organized and alternative technical event done in São Paulo, Brazil, from 2009 to 2013.
Code that shows how to capture votes in real time using Twitter Streaming API. Presented as workshop at QCon São Paulo 2014.
It's a generator of simple, searchable, shareable, modular command-line cheatsheets.
This talk was given at Abril before we decided to adopt it for Alexandria Platform social core. Talk was repeated later at Ruby and Perl meetups.
You can find old blog posts about XMPP, extracting public data and other tools.
Yes, the good and old self-reference. You can check the source code of this website on Github.
More coming with the next updates...