Monthly Archives: November 2005

Sacrifice and architectural purity

Hugh Winkler shares some thoughts on what is and isn’t RESTful in a recent rest-discuss thread; RESTful design is not an end in itself: If you find yourself adding complexity to honor the constraints of REST, consider the benefit of the complexity and only do it if the benefit is clear. Without a doubt. The… Read More »

Sanjiva on Web 2.0

My head nearly exploded this morning when I caught Sanjiva quoting my favourite quote from Paul Graham’s Web 2.0 essay; This is a great essay on Web 2.0 by Paul Graham .. the quote I like best from it is “Web 2.0 means using the web the way it’s meant to be used.” So what’s… Read More »