At first I thought Twitter was the problem, but then I realized I was making poor choices. 🤔
With the last few weeks, I noticed that Tweetdeck’s notifications weren’t showing up in Chrome any longer.
This post covers the second half of my experience moving back to a Linux desktop but I figured it was a good opportunity to focus on the ThinkPad T430s itself as well as the Lenovo ordering experience.
I was sitting at my desk yesterday when I saw a tweet from @LinuxFoundation:
I’m on my way to my first Red Hat Summit and I’m really eager to learn some new things, meet new people, and share my experiences with others.
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Twitter and OpenStack.
After a discussion amongst coworkers about professional certifications in e-mail signatures yesterday, I decided to throw the question out to Twitter to gather some feedback:
When Twitter was still in its early stages, you could track certain search terms in near-realtime via Jabber.
It certainly shouldn’t be difficult, but I always have a tough time with OAuth.
Thanks to the simplicity of ruby as well as the twitter and httparty gems, I’ve whipped up some Twitter bots today.