Writing an API with Tornado

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CALLING ALL DEVELOPERS! Our API servers at indico are written in Python using Tornado as a server framework. Tornado is a Python web framework and asynchronous networking library originally developed at FriendFeed. By using non-blocking network I/O, Tornado can scale to tens of thousands of open connections. Some of the APIs we provide take some… Read more

Three Thought-Provoking Ideas from SIGGRAPH ’15

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Last month Alec Radford and I had the great pleasure of attending the SIGGRAPH 2015 conference in Los Angeles.  If you don’t know about SIGGRAPH, here’s a quick snippet from their website:  “Since its beginning in 1974 as a small group of specialists in a previously unknown discipline, ACM SIGGRAPH has evolved to become an international… Read more

indico Around the World

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We often have the opportunity to chat with members of our amazing developer community, who hail anywhere from Boston to Berlin to Taipei. Given the breadth of our community’s nationalities, we were curious to find out where else people using indico came from. We were delighted to realize that there are over 850 developers building with… Read more

Announcing the indico App Gallery!

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We’re excited to announce the release of the indico App Gallery, a new page on our site featuring some of the wonderful apps built by our fantastic developer community! If you’re a developer, we’d like to say a big thank you. Every line of code you write inspires us to be better. This gallery is… Read more

indico Wins Boston TechJam 2015

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On Thursday, the indico team piled into an Uber with a flat screen TV, bags of cool swag, a N64, Super Smash Bros, and a mission to tell everyone at Boston TechJam 2015 how machine learning can – and will – change the world. We couldn’t have expected a more inspiring response. It was thrilling… Read more