Now no other profile than the own one by the ticker who requested it can be retrieved. This makes the whole API useless… Not sure why to have an API like this
Monthly Archives: September 2013
And the Empire Avenue API is broken again. The profile info request used to allow a list of 100 tickers and would respond with the 100 responses in one call. However, apparently since today, there is no list anymore, just one ticker. With this it would take 720 hours to retrieve the info for each ticker available on Empire Avenue. So, it does not make sense to write any application using the API anymore. Why bother anymore with Empire Avenue… Empire Avenue is dead!
This is one of the most annoying deficiencies in the Empire Avenue API. The Oauth authentication does not provide automatically an UID which makes it inconsistent with any other OAUTH2.0 provider.
Furthermore, since the ticker can be changed, there is no way to track ticker changes. Hence after a ticker change, for the purpose of the API, one ticker got deleted, and another one just arrived out of thin air
The results from the API are not typed correcty. Lots of cases numbers are presented as strings, which in turn messes up calculation if no explicit type casting is done.
One of the biggest issue with the EAv API is that there is no bulk buying. Profiles can be retrieved up to 100 tickers in one call. However, each buy needs its own call plus another to retrieve the current trade price.
It would be ok to make the trade price optional, so if people want to buy for a particular price and otherwise want to let the purchase fail, however, it should not be mandatory since most people probably do not care if it is a fraction of an eave higher or lower.
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BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts Port Authority conducted a drill Wednesday morning involving smoke and fire on the runway.
The drill involved what appeared to be a plane on fire. Boston Logan Airport tweeted the smoke and fire was part of a drill.
Heavy black smoke could be seen drifting over the airfield.
“It seems rather insensitive and inappropriate to me,” said Lynn Ellison from Beverly as she waited for her daughter’s flight to touch down.
“That is ridiculous. Have some respect. People died 12 years ago on flights originating out of your airport. How dare you,” one person wrote.
Another asked why authorities would schedule the drill on a day when travelers are already “on…
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STILLWATER, Okla. – As the fourth part of a five-part series was released from Sports Illustrated detailing alleged misconduct by the OSU football team, Oklahoma State President Burns Hargis is speaking out about the accusations.
“As we have said, we will investigate the accuracy of the allegations and take all appropriate action,” OSU President Burns Hargis said. “We do not condone or tolerate improper conduct in our athletic programs.”
In Friday’s statement, Hargis says they will get to the bottom of the accusations and that he believes the current staff is committed to making sure the program is at its best.
He said, “At OSU, sure we want to win. But we want to win the right way.”
University officials said they have contacted the NCAA and advised it of the accusations.
OSU Vice President of Athletics Mike Holder said, “We take the allegations seriously…
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By Justin Boylan
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Before we fly through my week 2 picks like a 53-play first half, let’s step back and learn some lessons from week 1 that could help us survive moving forward.
1. Picking against the Raiders is wise, but picking against the Jaguars is downright genius. (And what do you know, the two play each other this weekend. I’m not recommending this game because picking it means having to actually watch it. No thanks.)
2. I love Chip Kelly.
3. The Patriots offense, which was built to utilize their two mismatch-machine tight ends, might be in trouble in the first few weeks without those aforementioned tight ends (and now without Shane Vereen). Until Gronk comes back, I would avoid the potential trap.
4. The color red is doing Andy Reid no favors.
5. The 49ers forgive Anquan Boldin for Super Bowl XLVII. Also, Colin Kaepernick…
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(1090 The Fan) — Shortstop Brendan Ryan has been sent to the New York Yankees for a player to be named later, according to Mariners officials.
Ryan, 31, appeared in 87 games for the Mariners this season batting .192 (50×260) with 4 doubles, 2 home runs and 9 RBI. Ryan appeared in 32 games since June 11, hitting .182 over that stretch. He has started just 12 games at shortstop since July 1.
Ryan was acquired by Seattle on Dec. 12, 2010. He appeared in a total of 351 games with Seattle from 2011-2013, hitting a combined .215 (237×1103) with 48 doubles, 6 triples and 9 home runs.
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