[Purdue-pm] reading JSON with different programming languages
derrick at csociety.org
Wed Apr 23 10:19:33 PDT 2014
I'm thinking there will be a few options for the challenge. I'll lay
them out this weekend, but they will be something like.
1. reading / writing json text from / to a file
2. read json data from file, and perform some calculation and plot.
On 04/23/2014 01:14 PM, Dave Jacoby wrote:
> Question I have is: Should we be showing "This is JSON as a bunch of
> text, and VOILA! This is it as a data object!"? Is that the limit of
> what we're doing here?
> On 4/23/2014 12:38 PM, derrick wrote:
>> I got held up working on some other stuff, I'll put together the json
>> this coming weekend.
>> On 04/15/2014 02:30 PM, Mark Senn wrote:
>>> Derrick Kearney is going to prepare some JSON and the following people
>>> will talk and/or write about how they read it with the following
>>> programming languages before or at the Purdue Perl Mongers meeting on
>>> May 20, 2014. Send email to markiest at purdue.edu (remove "iest" from
>>> the email address) with any corrections or additions to the below list.
>>> LANGUAGE WHO
>>> Mathematica Mark Senn
>>> Perl Dave Jacoby
>>> PHP Chris Orr
>>> pro Mark Senn
>>> Python Joe Kline
>>> Ruby Rick Westerman
>>> Mark Senn, Systems Programmer, Engineering Computer Network, Purdue
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>>> Purdue-pm at pm.org
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