Monthly Archives: March 2007

Seven years of WS-Bashing

I’ll be well out of range of an IP packet next week when it happens, but next Tuesday marks the seventh anniversary of my first public anti-WS post, to Develop Mentor’s old “soap-discuss” mailing list. I didn’t realize it until now, but James Snell gets the dubious honour of being the target of that post.… Read More »

GET/POST described

Don’s latest on GET is interesting (especially “That’s certainly where I’m investing”!), but I really liked this bit of Tim Ewald‘s comment; The solution is a minimal footprint interaction, like a coarse-grained document transfer via a pin-hole, a la’ a Biztalk port. Exposing all your data via GET so anyone can read anything they want… Read More »

Spam recipes

The view of my GMail spam folder; Is this just Google being cute or an unfortunate search result? Either way, pretty funny.

REST books galore!

Well, maybe not “galore”, but it looks like Leonard and Sam may have some competition on their hands; this one’s Java-specific though. I wonder what ever happened to Kendall’s?

No more links

I’ve decided to drop the daily links that get posted here. If you still want to subscribe to them, feel free. The main reason for this is because I have – quite unintentionally – been using the links as a substitute for actually writing something of substance. That’s bad.