This looks interesting. Just saw it on Hacker News, maybe more later after checking it out.
Picloud - publish your Python function and call it via REST:
They have a simple three-step process for making your Python functions callable across the Net via REST:
1. Define your function (on your own machine)
2. Upload it to PiCloud via a method call on their library which you download (once only).
3. Call it via Python (or via the curl utility for manual testing).
JSON format is supported for the output.
Hacker News thread about it:
Update: the PiCloud team consists of former UC Berkeley graduates and the company has backing from Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins, as per their site.
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