According to Steve Jones, REST is a career limiting move; But as with any technical discuss there is another thing that should drive you when you look to your decisions. This is whether you want to get fired for a decision when something goes wrong, and whether you want your skills to be relevant in… Read More »
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 »
Ian Foster writes about OGSA-DAI (Data Access and Integration); […] it provides uniform Web Services interfaces to diverse data resources Neat! That’s so 1990. How many times do we really need to reinvent the Web, on top of the Web? All this because of a little confusion over a word. Wow.
Peter Drayton posted the slides (PPT) from a presentation he gave at the WS DevCon. It’s very well done. Too bad I couldn’t have been there to hear it presented.