It slices, dices, and makes julienne data!

It slices, dices, and makes julienne data!

By Thomas Sibley (‎trs‎) from Seattle.pm, bicycle.pm
Date: Monday, 8 June 2015 16:00
Duration: 20 minutes
Target audience: Any
Language: English
Tags: data json records reports streams

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RecordStream, or recs, is a collection of command line tools for processing, analysing, and transforming data as streams of JSON records. Each command tries to do just one thing well, and it's easy to get your data into and out of JSON from other formats and sources. Writing new commands is simple, even in languages other than Perl. recs is also available as a single, portable file so you can easily take it with you wherever you find yourself needing it. In this short talk I'll quickly introduce recs, build example pipelines, and show how to start writing your own commands.


Attended by: Nova Patch (‎patch‎), Eric Johnson (‎kablamo‎), Charles McGarvey (‎CCM‎), Jared Miller, Stephen Scaffidi (‎hercynium‎), Fitz Elliott, James Dwyer (‎Jim‎), Kent Schaeffer, Thomas Sibley (‎trs‎), James Morgan (‎Ven'Tatsu‎), Faelin Landy (‎wolf‎), Jeremy Zawodny, Michael Conrad (‎nerdvana‎), Yanick Champoux (‎Yanick‎), Arthur Schmidt (‎fREW‎), Wes Malone (‎wesm‎), Greg Cole (‎wingfold‎), Thomas Stanton (‎tstanton‎), Mickey Nasriachi (‎Mickey‎), Liam McNerney (‎Lthemick‎), vroom, Rikus Goodell, Nicolas Rochelemagne (‎atoomic‎), Cora Davis, Beth Rhinelander, Theo van Hoesel (‎vanHoesel‎), Maxwell Cabral, Michael Hamlin (‎myrrhlin‎), Wesley Lattin (‎Wes‎), Shawn Moore (‎sartak‎), Tim Bunce, Bruce Gray (‎Util‎), R Geoffrey Avery (‎rGeoffrey‎),