Intermediate jq: sed for json
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He's chairman of the Phoenix Linux User Group (PLUG), Open Source Careers chair for the Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE), founder of the Free Software Stammtisch and Stammtisch Job Nights, and chair SeaGL's finance committee and Career Expo.
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Part 2 of the jq trilogy ( part 1 was given at SeaGL 2021 ).
In this part we cover using jq to change JSON documents from the command line.
Attendees will learn:
- adding and removing entries
- trimming data
- map function
- group_by function
- combinations function
Today's APIs and databases feed us lots of JSON. It's a structured, line-independent data format, and our normal line-based tools such as grep, sed and awk fall a bit short.
jq understands JSON document format that's easy to fit into your data pipeline. It can parse, search and manipulate JSON documents.
The first talk introducted jq and covered using it to search JSON objects similar to how grep is used for plain text.
- 2022 November 4 - 10:25
- 30 min
- Room 1
- SeaGL 2022
- Free-Riders and the Motivations that Keep OSS Developers Writing Code
- Start Time:
- 2022 November 4 10:25
- Room 2