Profile

Cover photo
Pauli Price
Works at Sindex Systems Inc.
Attended Rutgers College
472 followers|84,636 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

Pauli Price

Shared publicly  - 
 
I spent a lot of time learning about ad serving tech. It's a complex and fascinating system of interconnected actors.  This presentation is the best introduction I've ever seen.  

Ever wonder how sometimes ad seem custom selected just for you?  This is how.
Visualizing the ad placement process on the web.
1
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
Created a docker image of ServiceStack hosted on Linux/Nginx/FastCGI.  Instructions for use on the repo's Readme, Server build details in the Dockerfile.  Comments & pull requests welcome.
5
1
Chris McKee's profile photoHerdy Handoko's profile photoPauli Price's profile photoDemis Bellot's profile photo
4 comments
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
Not a support request, but rather a call to discuss enabling JsonServiceClient GET to support accepting an object as parameter .  Since it's not really a question, it might be better served if it moved here?
1
Stefan Tsalapatis's profile photoDemis Bellot's profile photo
6 comments
 
+Stefan Tsalapatis my comment should answer it, if it doesn't ask a new question that's more specific so Q's/A's don't morph into a wall of text that no-one will bother to read.
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
Sendgrid sent me a promotion for a webcast they're doing in conjunction with this service provider, loader.io.  I hadn't heard of them.
Anyone have experience testing a ServiceStack API project using their platform?  

Are there other testing-as-a-service providers you've used for testing APIs?  Any you'd recommend, instead of, or in addition to, loader.io?

#loadtesting   #servicestack  
Free tool for web application load testing that allows for the simulation of concurrent connections to your web application's APIs
4
Jamie Houston's profile photo
 
I'm always looking for a good load testing solution for apis. Good meaning easy to setup/use, cheap (or free...but you usually get what you pay for...), customizable (specify request attributes, for example), and only notifies me when something needs attention (bad or slow response for example).

The last time I ended up just creating a node app to do it...obviously not a good long-term solution but it did find a bottleneck I couldn't see otherwise.
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
One of the more interesting ServiceStack questions I've seen.  Currently has an open bounty, as well.  

My first inclination is to use request/response filters -- anyone with more concrete experience want to weigh in?

(Post all related comments and answers for this on SO, please.) #servicestack
1
Justin Nel's profile photo
 
I actually had this exact problem and started having service stack to do what I wanted for my office. In the end I built my own http handlers with route mapping, and made use of a lot of concepts I learned from service stack when trying to get it to work. That said... I started this in July 2012, so it may have evolved since my last encounter. 
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
Just took a look at the SO ServiceStack leaderboard.  

53% of the SS questions for the past 7 days are 'unanswered' and 41% are 'unanswered' for the past 30 days.  

There are almost 700 members of this community.  If you haven't checked SO for questions you can answer, recently, I encourage you to do so.  You don't have to be a 'guru' to answer questions.  Lord knows I'm not.

PS. Demis - You do not need to see this post.  This is not the post you're looking for. ... Move along.
3
Jeff Gabhart's profile photoPauli Price's profile photoMike Mertsock's profile photoDemis Bellot's profile photo
8 comments
 
+Mike Mertsock ok cool, that makes more sense :)
Add a comment...

Pauli Price

Shared publicly  - 
 
Wonderful stop motion animation of an impressive model.
 
Just a gif from "Between the Folds". A must see documentary.
1 comment on original post
1
1
Mike Beardmore's profile photo
Add a comment...
In her circles
352 people
Have her in circles
472 people
Likesage Team's profile photo
Joe Taiabjee's profile photo
Demis Bellot's profile photo
‫جواد باغبان‬‎'s profile photo
charif fellag's profile photo
Adrian Hant's profile photo
Derrick Koon's profile photo
jean paul ndiaye's profile photo
Bart Stuck's profile photo

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
The 'unanswered' percentages are creeping up over at SO.

Checking the current StackOverflow ServiceStack tag stats: 

   37  Questions in the Last 7 Days:    54.1% unanswered
  181  Questions in the Last 30 Days:   32.6% unanswered
1,950   Questions in All Time:          19.9% unanswered

If you haven't checked SO for questions you can answer, recently, I encourage you to do so.  You don't have to be a 'guru' to answer questions.  Lord knows I'm not.

Url for unanswered ServiceStack questions (most recently asked first): http://stackoverflow.com/search?tab=newest&q=%5bservicestack%5d%20answers%3a0

Url for unanswered ServiceStack questions (highest upvotes first): http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/servicestack?sort=unanswered&pageSize=50
2
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
How to get the actual error message from failing csv format requests

Obvious in retrospect, it took me a while to sort out how to do this, so I posted my solution on SO.

#testing   #servicestack  
2
Pauli Price's profile photoDemis Bellot's profile photo
3 comments
 
Yep they come in pretty handy, I've never had to use WebRequest directly or any another http library since :)
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
Checking the current StackOverflow ServiceStack tag stats: 

33      Questions in the Last 7 Days:     48.5%  unanswered
119    Questions in the Last 30 Days:   26.9% unanswered
1,784 Questions in All Time:                    19.7% unanswered

If you haven't checked SO for questions you can answer, recently, I encourage you to do so.  You don't have to be a 'guru' to answer questions.  Lord knows I'm not.

Url for unanswered ServiceStack questions (most recent first): http://stackoverflow.com/search?tab=newest&q=%5bservicestack%5d%20answers%3a0

Url for unanswered ServiceStack questions (highest upvotes first): http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/servicestack?sort=unanswered&pageSize=50
1
Stefan Tsalapatis's profile photoPauli Price's profile photo
2 comments
 
I think your best bet for immediate, interactive help and collaboration would be the chat room, http://jabbr.net/#/rooms/servicestack. Otherwise, stackoverflow would be the only real alternative. You can always post a link here asking for help with a SO question, whether you're the asker or attempting an answer. They'll be pruned from the community once they've been resolved, so you may not have noticed if you were looking back at past discussions.

I'm not sure what you mean by "accept our questions/thoughts" -- but I'm unlikely to be the best person for that role, whatever it entails. 
Add a comment...

Pauli Price
moderator

Discussion  - 
 
Issue rather than question.  Core team might want to weigh in on this one.
1
Demis Bellot's profile photo
2 comments
 
To keep the content on here interesting/relevant I'm removing StackOverflow questions that have been solved/addressed.
Add a comment...

Pauli Price

Shared publicly  - 
 
Oh no ...... 
1
Add a comment...
People
In her circles
352 people
Have her in circles
472 people
Likesage Team's profile photo
Joe Taiabjee's profile photo
Demis Bellot's profile photo
‫جواد باغبان‬‎'s profile photo
charif fellag's profile photo
Adrian Hant's profile photo
Derrick Koon's profile photo
jean paul ndiaye's profile photo
Bart Stuck's profile photo
Education
  • Rutgers College
    Poly Sci/Comp Sci, 1980 - 1990
Links
Work
Employment
  • Sindex Systems Inc.
    Director, 2004 - present
Basic Information
Gender
Female