There didn’t seem to be any good examples of how to create an event using the EventBrite API (https://developer.eventbrite.com). I figured it was time to get something down. Here’s the JSON body I’ve used to create test events. This creates the event stub and let’s you load the API explorer.
More code examples to come.
I just started working with Mercurial source control at my new job. So far so good. I moved from developing on my Mac to working on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I installed the default instance of Mercurial and got the out of the box version 1.4 ( or there abouts ). As I tried to clone a repo that cloned just fine on the Mac I kept on getting this error:
abort: HTTP Error 404: Not Found
I searched around a bit ( I still can’t bring myself to use the verb Googled as I was a loyal Yahoo for 11 years ) and wasn’t able to find anything that directly solved my problem. I compared the version I had running on Mac which was ~2.0. I started to wonder if the version skew was the culprit. I up’d my Ubuntu version using the instructions here:
- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mercurial-ppa/releases
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get install mercurial
I tried again and Viola… it worked. Hope this helps others.
This was posted on techcrunch today. I thought the video summed up the MS v Y! battle nicely.
My Grandfather (Opa) on my dad’s side just had his 90th birthday.Â Way to go Opa!!!.Â A bunch of the family got together for a pool day at my parents house and some Indonesian food.Â MMMM good!
Here’s the clan.Â Its crazy to see how far someone genetic pool can spread given enough time: