Just after I found out that
There is GitHub, I discovered Gist, a place to post code snippets and such. Instead of figuring out which one to use, I use both them 🙂
My Gists are here:
https://gist.github.com/samisalkosuo. And I can easily embed them in to blog posts.
Repository called ‘misc’ that includes (or will include) miscellaneous code and stuff that I’ve used.
My intention is to add there any scripts and code and stuff that I’ve done and found useful.
The first code in the repository is ‘sandbox’ project for
Eclipse that includes Xtend translation and adaptation of OpenPGP Random Art by Aaron Toponce.
Go to GitHub now.
No more sandbox-project. Eclipse projects are included in another repository:
No more misc or eclipse repository. Now there is
I made a simple command line REST client while making
the IBM Traffic Operations Center demo. Although the REST client was done for specific IOC demo, I think it can be used in any IOC demo that uses REST or it can be used to just poke around the IOC REST API.
Continue reading “IBM Intelligent Operations Center REST Client”
I’ve posted statistics about tweeting companies for some time now and with
the latest refresh, I changed the presentation to amCharts charting library from Google Charts library.
Continue reading “Out Google Charts, in amCharts”
In this scenario I use IOC to view
official announcements by Finnish Police. In previous post about IOC I mentioned that any image can be used as a location map and in the screenshot below I use an image of Finland’s main police stations as a location map to show police announcements.
Continue reading “IBM Intelligent Operations Center and Police”
The next version of
One Word Visualization visualizes a given text with a single line. I call it One Line Visualization and let’s abbreviate it as “OLViz”.
Visualization of "OLViz"
Idea of OLViz is to use a single colored line in 3D space to represent text. The way its done is to calculate MD5 hash from text and then use that hash as seed for
Processing‘s random generator. Line vector coordinates, color and rotations are randomized and since each seed is unique then all texts have unique one line visualization. Continue reading “OLViz: visualizing text with a single line”