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Joe Gregorio

Joe Gregorio
Software Engineer, Google

Website | @bitworking

Joe Gregorio is a software engineer, member of the AtomPub Workgroup and editor of the Atom Publishing Protocol. He has a deep interest in web technologies, writing “The RESTFul Web” column for the online O’Reilly publication XML.com, writing the first desktop aggregator written in C#, and publishing various Python modules to help in putting together RESTful web services.


Location: Portland 256 Level: Novice
Joe Gregorio (Google)
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(3.67, 9 ratings)
In many dynamic language communities such as Python, there is a distinct lack of Design Patterns. Are the communities ignorant of Design Patterns or is there something else going on here? Read more.
Web Applications
Location: D137 Level: Novice
Joe Gregorio (Google), Zaheda Bhorat (Amazon Web Services)
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(2.50, 2 ratings)
The mantra at the IETF is rough consensus and running code. But how much does that running code, particularly open source running code, contribute to a good standard? Read more.
OSCON 2008