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A developer and occasional sysadmin based in Cambridge, UK. Normally found using Python or Ruby (or both) to do good, he's also obsessed with automation and development environments. In what some people call spare time he curates the devopsweekly.com newsletter, organises events for developers and systems administrators in London and hacks on open source projects like vagrant, cloudfountry and tools for django. Gareth is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 48 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Devops Twitter Aggregator

10.17.2011
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I’ve been hacking on appengine again and have thrown up a simple twitter aggregator for devops. It’s again based on TwitterEngine with an increasing number of additions and changes.

As well as just the tweets I want to build a few other small features. The first of which is link extraction, so at the moment you’ll see recent links a the top of the page. I’ll hopefully make that a little more useful, with better browing and converting short urls into the real ones. I also have vague plans for providing exports, listing people talking about devops and some useful graphs to track general activity around devops.

Devops aggregator on Twitter
I’m really interested to see if the whole discussion around the term devops grows over the next year or so, and I’m hoping this will make it a little easier to see that change happen.
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Dennis Patel replied on Tue, 2011/10/18 - 9:38pm

Gareth, This twitter engine is great than the original twitter engine. I liked the recent links which you added. I was wondering if you can make your twitter engine code as open source or share your code. I want to enhance this twitter engine. Thanks Dennis Patel

Nabeel Manara replied on Fri, 2012/01/27 - 9:29am

Hi,

This version of Tweet engine looks great to me than the original tweet engine which you have used to enhance. I was wondering if you can share or make this as open source so that i can also help in enhancing this.

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