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Dr Jon Nicholson
Coder, academic, gamer. Full Stack Developer . Creator of . advocate.
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 19
Hmmm, could do that but we’d need to provide that PostMan collection alongside the OpenAPI spec - which feels a bit unnecessary (but still cannot stress enough how awesome it is I can import the spec in the first place!!)
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 19
Done, issue here:
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 19
Design images of the first discovered
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 15
Replying to @drjonnicholson
Ideally when importing the spec Postman would add an Accept header for the first content type in the responses (add a description listing the others?). Or, can we control it with a vender extension like x-accepts or something on the root/endpoint?
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 15
Hey , I'm making an OpenAPI 3.0 spec and loving that I can import it to Postman! Only issue is, the API needs a specific `Accept` header, and Postman doesn't automatically add that header. Manually adding to ~50 endpoints is a pain. Is there a work around for this?
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 9
Am surprised that doesn’t own domain. Also your site points to @HastingsBid twitter 😬
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 6
Replying to @34SP
Will contact support too, but I can log into webmail, and I can get into everything else, just IMAP isn't working (not changed any settings recently).
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 5
Hey , I’ve been unable to access my email through IMAP for some days now. Is this related to the “slow load times” reported on your status page?
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Dr Jon Nicholson Feb 1
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Dr Jon Nicholson Jan 27
Replying to @ScholarPack @Bett_show
I hope was good for you this year guys!
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Joshua Perry Jan 25
Big day for the team! Huge thanks to our partners for helping us get to this point - we can't wait to embark on this new phase with you all...
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Dr Jon Nicholson Jan 20
saw this and thought of you
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Dr Jon Nicholson Dec 31
article by (), agree with the sentiment, but it forgets All Good Things was a “potential” future, a timeline Q chose to get the result the Continuum wanted - Data helped Picard make anomaly so Q couldn’t show a timeline where Data died.
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Dr Jon Nicholson Dec 21
Haha! Yes I see your point. I think that may have been why I didn’t spend that long trying to “solve” it before. could really do with cleaning up that data before releasing it, otherwise its use is always limited to the knowledgable few
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Dr Jon Nicholson Dec 21
I can definitely sympathise. I don’t think I did a huge amount to try and fix some of it, at least not beyond basics. Would be interested to discuss your experience with their data dumps and look at how to make matching better
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Dr Jon Nicholson Dec 18
Good example of designer intentions vs actual user interactions...
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CommitStrip Dec 17
A simple solution to a complex problem
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Joshua Perry Dec 18
Immediate observations: , , all grew by at least c. 100+ / 30% YoY. 👏👏👏 to them. All now well established. also continuing nice growth - 22% YoY. down 3%. steady & levelling off.
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Joshua Perry Dec 18
YAY NEW MIS MARKET STATS ARE OUT! I'll bash out a full blog on this in the next day or two (including some new angles and bonus analysis this year), but for now here are the top line numbers for your enjoyment, tacked on to the historical table which now has 9 years of data.
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Dr Jon Nicholson Dec 4
Calling all , and other - Come join the Slack channel. Chat about tech, share ideas, collaborate on new projects, find out about cool events and jobs. Come join us!
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