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Cloud, APIs, Distributed Systems, DevOps, Big Data, NoSQL, and back‑end development services.
Cloud, APIs, Distributed Systems, DevOps, Big Data, NoSQL, and back‑end development services.

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It’s not so often you get brand new MP Theresa May and fun in the same sentence, but when I learnt yesterday Google was launching their Cloud Speech and Natural Language APIs, I knew right away what would be a good proof of concept: Ms May‘s inaugural…

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A few weeks ago we launched our spin-off project Datawaki, but this doesn’t mean we are not working on improving teowaki. Since we launched e-mail notifications, we have received lots of  comments requesting digest notifications. If there is too much…

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You might have been wondering what teowaki has been up to, since it’s been a while after our last post. It turns out we had a very busy May and June, speaking at conferences in Berlin, Barcelona, Kiev, Tel Aviv and London, and attending a few other…

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You have heard me say —probably many times— teowaki has a nice, usable, RESTful API. But you had to trust me on that, because we hadn’t have the time to document it properly. From today you don’t need to trust me anymore, since you can play with the API…

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We are very proud of our REST API at teowaki. But what does REST mean anyway? Why did we choose to adopt that architecture for our API? Why did REST win the battle against SOAP? When I first learned about REST, back in 2006, I had lots of questions and…

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I was in the middle of a G+ hangout with Diego yesterday, when the subject of an incoming email got my eye. I could hardly believe it. teowaki had been selected as a finalist for the Startup in Action contest. In their own words, Startup in Action is “a…

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We work hard to make teowaki easy to use. But still, sometimes people ask me questions about teowaki. Things that are not really obvious, like “Do I need to pay to use teowaki?” or “with all the collaboration tools out there, why did you decide to build a…

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I try to keep our infrastructure fairly up to date. I like using devops best practices, so I’m using Ansible for server provisioning and upgrade. I used Chef and I played around with Puppet, but I found both too complicated for our current infrastructure.…

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Teowaki is a tool for developers. And it’s done by developers. So it was the high time to start writing about the technology that powers teowaki. I am proud to announce today teowaki’s engineering blog. In the first post Diego tells us how he upgrades our…
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