This post was migrated from Justin’s personal blog, '' Views, opinions, and colorful expressions should be taken in context, and do not necessarily represent those of Simple Thread (and were written under the influence of dangerous levels of caffeination).

I’ve given this presentation a few times now, and while it is some pretty heady stuff, I think that many people have still gotten quite a bit of useful information out of it. I keep promising to put the slides and code up on my blog, and I never did because I kept meaning to make a blog post series out of it.

Well, this past week I gave the talk again in Raleigh and I had about 5 different people send me requests to get some of the source or slides. I decided that I am still going to try and do a blog post series out of the talk, but I need to go ahead and get the code and slides up so that I don’t keep putting it off.

I apologize to those people that I told I would post the content and then didn’t. So anyways, here it is:

You can download the code and slides here.


Rob Rowe

Thanks for putting the code and slides up. I really enjoyed your talk at the Trinug meeting.

Stefano Ricciardi

I had a look at the slides. Unfortunately it’s difficult to follow them as they are, extrapolated from the presentation, which might have been awesome.

Looking forward to your blog on this topic, I might get involved in something similar very soon.


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