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BeanBag — Easy access to REST APIs in Python

I’ve been doing a bit of playing around with REST APIs lately, both at work and for my own amusement. One of the things that was frustrating me a bit was that actually accessing the APIs was pretty baroque — you’d have to construct urls manually with string operations, manually encode any URL parameters or […]

Owning the new now

Things are different now. That’s certain. Or at least that’s what one of the marketing sites for my new employer has to say. Back in March I started at Red Hat’s Brisbane office working in release engineering (or the “Release Configuration Management” team). Short summary: it’s been pretty fun so far. Googling just now for […]