How to use Weather Company Data and Netatmo with Ruby

While weather insights are critical to many businesses, local weather data on a more personal and practical level can be important as well. Since I recently moved to an area with some pretty extreme weather, I find myself monitoring and measuring the local conditions much more than I used to. And with wind gusts that regularly exceed 50mph in the winter, this isn’t just an academic interest. Safety (both personal and property) is a significant concern. In addition to the

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Ruby Hoedown conference

I attended the Ruby Hoedown this past Friday through Saturday in Raleigh, NC. Chad Fowler has a nice summary of the event on his blog so I won’t go into details. I do want to mention how much I love smaller, focused conferences. With a very small team of organizers (Nathanial Talbott and Jeremy McAnally), the Ruby Hoedown was a nice blend of high level, big thought talks with some technical ones. It’s a nice balance for a day and

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