A NASA community of software engineers and developers to engage with each other and subject matter experts to solve data challenges around NASA’s data science initiatives such as deep learning, orbital dynamics, APIs, data visualization, and internet of things.
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My talk about APIs.
My contribution was GMATUtil zip file, download for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Track: Create a library of web-based resources for mission visualizations. This track is here.
Test Three-Part Tutorial by Dan O'Neil for Creating a Web-based Mission Visualization System.
My contribution was this tutorial: Make an API (lesson 2).
Track: Setup a Git repository, make an API, and build a API-driven website. This track is here.
If you can help me to improve these activities, contact me please.
NASA'S DATA PORTAL
NASA datasets, APIs, visualizations, and more!
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Lessons Learned System that makes available to the public lessons describing the original driving event and provides recommendations that feed into NASA’s continual improvement via training, best practices, policies, and procedures.
TechPort is an integrated, agency-wide software system designed to capture, track, and manage NASA's portfolio of technology investments.