It started out simple enough. Write a query language for JSON, and design it in such a way that you could implement it in any programming language. All you have to do is write a specification, and ensure that your implementation follows the specification. Of course, it’s never that simple. In this talk, I’ll share the lessons learned from creating JMESPath, a query language for JSON, and how we were able to create a specification and implement JMESPath in seven languages so far, including:
If you’ve ever designed (or would like to design) something that could benefit from implementations in multiple programming languages, a good specification is crucial. In this talk we’ll cover:
Learn about writing specifications and increase adoption of your tools.
James Saryerwinnie is a software development engineer at Amazon Web Services, where he works on Boto, the AWS SDK for Python, and the AWS CLI, the unified command line interface for AWS.
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