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Subject: Re: [cti] STIX/TAXII 2.0 hackathon Jupyter notebook demo

Awesome work Trey!   I highly recommend that everyone take ten minutes and watch this to see just how easy John Wunder and Trey have made it to get coding with STIX/TAXII 2.0.

On 1/19/18, 1:22 PM, "Trey Darley" <cti@lists.oasis-open.org on behalf of trey@newcontext.com> wrote:

    Greetings, y'all -
    Those of you who were on the earlier CTI TC call yesterday witnessed
    the unfortunate failure of my live-coding demo due to some weird
    screen-sharing issues related to the Zoom Linux client. That
    notwithstanding, what I was attempting to demo was some pretty cool
    stuff based on what John Wunder and I put together for the 08 Dec 2017
    STIX/TAXII 2.0 hackathon in Prague.
    Here is a screencast which I put together this morning that replicates
    the demo I attempted on yesterday's full TC call [1]. If you're
    interested in playing with the materials yourself, you can clone the
    Jupyter notebook template [2] and refer to the list of project ideas
    [3] from the Prague hackathon to stimulate your own thinking.
    If you come up with something really cool, run into some bugs or
    issues with any of the OASIS Open Repository APIs, please email me
    privately or open Github issues on the relevant OASIS Open Repository,
    as seems appropriate to you.
    Hope this proves helpful to y'all and stimulates your thinking in
    terms of the possibilities with STIX/TAXII 2.0! Have a lovely weekend,
    looking forward to catching up with you on next Tuesday's TC working
    [1]: https://kingfisherops.com/static/stix_taxii_jupyter_notebook_demo_screencast_19.01.2018.mp4
    [2]: https://notebooks.azure.com/treyka/libraries/jan-cti-tc-demo
    [3]: https://goo.gl/3wFxiL
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