… is the title of a new blog post by yours truly on my consultancy’s weblog.
Danny notes that I chimed in with some Web architectural advice for those considering SPARQL updates. On that page, he asks; I’d like to hear more from Mark about what he sees as problematic about the current notion of binding. Although the spec seems unusual, the end result does seem to respect WebArch It does… Read More »
Not that anyone would ever mistake me for a query language guru, but that’s really part of the problem; I’m not a query language guru, because I’m a Web guru, and to a certain extent those two roles are incompatible. The Web doesn’t do generic query, and it’s a better large scale distributed computing platform… Read More »
Jon follows up his Groove/REST blog by quoting Paul and I and concluding that we are actually saying the same thing. This is a really important point, so let me emphasize it here. As I wrote privately to Jon; If you choose your verbs such that each can be used on every identifiable thing, then… Read More »