Monthly Archives: February 2007

links for 2007-02-16

So long (Middleware Matters) Best of luck, Steve. (tags: iona stevevinoski) AOL and OpenID: Where we are If Microsoft’s adoption didn’t seal the deal for you, this should do it; OpenID has won. (tags: openid aol) Re: [rest-discuss] Sun proposes to apply Web service standardization principles to REST “I am a big fan of REST… Read More »

links for 2007-02-15

JSR 311: Java (TM) API for RESTful Web Services Sounds like fun! (tags: rest java jcp) Fundamentals of Web Site Acceleration :: Port80 Software ” Send as little data as possible – Send it as infrequently as possible” (tags: web performance http) WS-* vs REST is not the question (Eric Newcomer’s Weblog) “so any application… Read More »

links for 2007-02-10

Paul Downey » Blog Archive » A Question of Politeness An awesome Pete Lacey comment. I wonder how much WS-boilerplate he’s actually responsible for 8-) (tags: webservices rest bpel)

links for 2007-02-09

Knowing.NET – Service-Oriented Systems That Actually Do Something “I say that, six or seven years into the Web Services era, the onus is on the WS-* advocates to prove the need, because the advocates of KISS approaches have, I think, amply demonstrated the viability of their approaches.” (tags: rest soa webservices restvsoa restvsoap) IBM Submission… Read More »

links for 2007-02-07

The Zinquisition: More Riedel nonsense “After two years of research, comparative tastings, and evaluation of prototype glasses, Oregon winemakers and Georg Riedel have arrived at a new shape of wine glass designed especially for Oregon Pinot noir.” Insane! (tags: riedel wine pinotnoir)

links for 2007-02-06

Enterprise REST “I, of course, hope to be in the 3rd group – watching from the sidelines from my REST system and shaking my head at the mass delusions this industry is capable of.” (tags: rest webservices soa restvsoa restvsoap)

Doing my part

I thought I’d do what little I could to help find Jim Gray by looking through some satellite pictures for Tenacious, Jim’s boat. Dang, that’s not easy. Here’s a typical image that I was presented; I did a dozen or so of them, and only a couple were a clear “No” (no ship or ship-debris-like… Read More »

links for 2007-02-04

Sun: WS-Addressing the first way to specify SOAP endpoints. “Putting aside the fact that URLs have done this since before XMLRPC existed” Before XML existed even. (tags: rest web uri webservices soap)