Tag Archives: JSON

Why?

Words fail me. Why would anyone do this? WTF is wrong with IBM?! “JSONx is an IBM standard format to represent JSON as XML http://t.co/LLCzz2jTLz” pic.twitter.com/P2xyAo4W2c — Dan Harper (@DanHarper7) September 24, 2014

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JSON Versus S-Expressions (Again)

I've written several posts concerning the relative merits of JSON vs S-expressions (1, 2, 3, 4) and concluded that while s-expressions are more powerful and flexible, JSON might be a better choice because it's supported by virtually all programming languages. … Continue reading

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JSON And S-Expressions Redux

After yesterday's post on JSON Versus S-Expressions I thought that one obvious solution for people who want to use JSON tools to process logs is to have the (Lisp-based) logs convert themselves to JSON much like we did for S-expressions … Continue reading

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More On JSON Versus S-Expressions

I've written several posts on JSON, most recently here and here. These last two posts considered the advantages of JSON over S-expressions for writing log files. Although S-expressions are more powerful and flexible than JSON, as explained in the 7-part … Continue reading

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