The BigQuery Conversion Thursday special, will be hosted at Google's Victoria office and will showcase how companies and data experts are innovating and going beyond their competitors by taking advantage of BigQuery.
imagine if they mess up with someone's domain and the user decides to sue them... as the Domains business must have a lean team, I guess they wouldn't have enough legal hands to avoid legal liabilities that could be possible in other countries other than the US. But they could've sent the invitations only to US based people. Well.. lets wait and see how it develops
At https://teowaki.com we found out the gem had a couple of API calls broken. You couldn't use jobs.getQueryResults or jobs.list which are, as you probably know, very convenient for long queries or for batch ones.
I had my fork just merged into the official repository, so now you can use those API calls too :)
#gde #cloudplatform #opensourcecode
Next time I will try not to say "basically" and "you know" every thirty seconds. Feel free to count the times I say them during the video :p
#gde #cloudplatform #video #bigquery #spanio
The slides are available at http://www.slideshare.net/supercoco9/big-data-with-bigquery-presented-at-devoxxuk-2014-by-javier-ramirez-from-teowaki
#cloudplatform #gde #bigquery #appsscript
You can skip the first 20 slides. It was just an intro I made in about four minutes. The contents start at slide 21
It was recorded, but I still don't have a release date for the video. I will announce it here as soon as it's available
#gde #cloudplatform #bigquery #api #teowaki
- Cardiff Metropolitan UniversityBsc (1st class Hons.) in Business Information Systems
- Cardiff Metropolitan UniversityHND in Computing
- colegio montearagón
- colegio hispano americano
- Universidad APECIngeniería en Sistemas de Computación
I'm also the author of the book “Aptana RadRails: An IDE for Rails Development” and an active member of the Ruby scene, being a founding member of the Spanish Rails Conference, the Spanish Ruby Users Group (SRUG), madrid-rb, the Ruby users group in Madrid, and the Spanish Railscamp.
I'm currently based in London —with regular trips to Madrid. In the past I've worked in Zaragoza, Brescia, New York, Barcelona and Madrid.
Since November 1994 I've been earning my salt in software development, doing this and that in different places, industries and companies, including a small java-centric shop I co-founded —and then cowardly left— some years ago.
Along these years I've delivered training on things like Robotics, Software Engineering, JAVA, PHP and Ruby on Rails. I have also participated in several workshops and conferences talking about Ruby on Rails, plug-in and games programming, XML processing, CSS frameworks, SEO or agile development.
The list of companies I've worked for includes Fundación San Valero, Intersneter, Qarana Solutions, Genetsis Partners, Vector Software Factory, Intesys Integrated Services, Utende (I co-founded it), Fatwire and ASPgems. I'm proud to have helped clients ranging from small start ups to big banks and corporations in Spain, Italy, the US and the UK.
I have worked as a lecturer for three Universities:
- Fundación San Valero (Software engineering I and Software analysis & design)
- Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (JAVA programming and Advanced JAVA)
- Tracor/San Pablo CEU (Web development with PHP and MySQL)
- teowakifounder, web developer, 2013 - present
- aspgemsCTO, software architect, 2006 - 2013
- qarana solutions
- gran via internet
- fundacion san valero
- universidad francisco de vitoria
- vector software factory
- genetsis partners
- javier ramirez (freelance)
- ruby on rails