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Migration system for Zoe microservices

2016-08-03 16:42 +0200

This is the title of my Bachelor Thesis, which focused on the development of an addition to the Zoe virtual assistant that enabled live migration of Zoe agents during runtime. Rather than modifying the original system or employing solutions such as virtualization or containers, which may have been a little too overkill for this scenario, I designed and implemented a software-based solution with the help of my supervisor, Professor David ExpĆ³sito from UC3M.

Fun with exact matching in Zoe

2016-03-24 19:44 +0100

I'm currently working on something related to Zoe that has some complex/dangerous operations. Given that it is an agent, I would like to communicate with it using Telegram or Jabber. Using natural language commands results in a comfortable communication for regular users. However, this has some drawbacks when dealing with sensitive stuff.

The server is full!

2016-01-06 21:47 +0100

Ok, even I have to admit this is getting a bit out of hand. You see, some weeks ago I started subtly influencing my brother so that he would start playing the MMO Guild Wars 2 with me, given that it recently became free-to-play.

He finally agreed to do it (yay!), if I came up with a name for his character. I asked a friend for help and we came up with a list of names, including some hilarious ones that my brother discarded right away. Anyway, before he could create his character, he had to choose a server to play in and I told him which was the only Spanish server, but it was full. Huh, weird. We tried again the next days with no luck, so I thought of something (you must surely know what is coming).

Introducing the Zoe docs

2014-08-11 14:04 +0200

Zoe is an assistant bot for the Grupo de Usuarios de Linux UC3M (GUL UC3M) non-profit organization. I've set up a GitHub repository in order to create an extensive documentation for the project so anyone interested can learn more about it.

I'm using Sphinx to build the documentation and Read the Docsto host it. Apart from reading it online, RTD also allows downloading the documentation as a PDF or EPUB file.

The documentation is available at: http://zoe.readthedocs.org.