Tag Archives: xml

links for 2007-02-02

LinkedIn: Answers: Home Grr, no RSS/Atom feed?!?! (tags: linkedin rss atom) Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Three orders of magnitude “At some point in the past rolling out an application to 300,000 people was the pinnacle of engineering excellence. Today it means you passed your second round of funding and can move out of your… Read More »

links for 2007-01-02

So Long, 2006 Does anybody else find #12 a wee bit ironic, given Don’s role in WS-*? 8-/ (tags: enterprisey donbox microsoft) Two more reasons why validation is still harmful An update (tags: xml validation)

links for 2006-12-22

XML.com: A Theory of Compatible Versions A nice one from Dave. Data is clearly his forte 8-) It would be interesting to see him apply this theory to common practice with XML Schema, and RDF/XML vs. vanilla XML. (tags: xml)

links for 2006-12-20

Google SOAP Search API “As of December 5, 2006, we are no longer actively supporting the SOAP Search API” Buh-bye! (tags: rest soap restvsoap restvsoa webservices) Messages not Models: gbiv.com Hugh finally gets “roy.gbiv.com” 8-) (tags: royfielding roygbiv) The Problem With DTD and XML Schema Validation A kindred spirit. Subscribed! (tags: xml validation)

links for 2006-12-05

The WHATWG Blog » Blog Archive » Feed Autodiscovery “Another benefit of this is that if there is ever a new syndication feed format, you don’t have to wait for browsers to be updated with the new MIME type to recognise it as a feed.” Independent evolution, check! (tags: atom autodiscovery rest web) WORLD MAP… Read More »

links for 2006-11-18

Is it friday? Yeah! 8-) (via Libby Miller) (tags: funny friday) Nelson’s Weblog: tech / bad / whySoapSucks You’ll always be invited to my parties, Nelson 8-) (tags: rest soap restvsoa restvsoap webservices) ongoing · XML 2006 “Which brings to mind that it was ten years ago at that same conference (different name then) […]”… Read More »

WSO2 doesn’t get it

I like how news of Sam and Leonard’s REST book is kicking off a new REST/SOAP thread. This time though, it seems the tables are turned and it’s the Web services proponents who are having to defend their preferred architectural style, rather than other way around. It’s about freakin’ time! I’m kinda tuckered 8-O Sanjiva… Read More »


Via David Wragg, a pointer to a great description of the roles and responsibilities of senior technical staff, written by a former colleague, Mark Kampe. Interestingly, that version was drafted 4 weeks after my tenure began (retroactively) as a Senior Staff Engineer at Sun. I’m surprised I hadn’t seen it until now. The snippet that… Read More »

links for 2006-10-23

Traffic Web Services – Traffic Dynamic RSS “Traffic Web Services are also available through the Traffic REST API.” Erm, so there’s an RSS API *and* a REST API? Does .. not .. compute. REST != XML/HTTP. I’d say scrap the “REST API”. Nice work otherwise though. Keep it coming. (tags: yahoo webservices rest xmlhttp)

links for 2006-10-21

REST Web Services (PDF, German) Heh, he said “MIME Typen”. I hope I’m not offending anyone by finding that cute 8-) (tags: rest webservices soap restvsoa restvsoap german) CIO Paul Coby is Waiting for VHS Heh, I love it; SOA as Beta 8-) P.S. Jeff, the VHS version came out 15 years ago, not 5.… Read More »