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Philip Thomas on Building a Personal Dashboard

August 15, 2014

Philip Thomas is a software engineer at OpenDNS. He’s been collecting a lot of personal data since college, first starting with his custom built beer tracking system. He then moved on to slightly more sophisticated personal data. As the data started to pile up in services and systems he started to explore what it would…

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APIs: What Are The Common Obstacles?

June 7, 2013

Today’s guest post come to us from Eric Jain, the lead developer behind Zenobase and a wonderful contributor to our community.  At last month’s QS Europe 2013 conference, developers gathered at a breakout session to compile a list of common obstacles encountered when using the APIs of popular, QS-related services. We hope that this list…