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REST -only links or no?
REST touts that a "progresses through an application by selecting links (state transitions) resulting in the next page.... To borrow from a commonly used example, if I have a web service that "gets a list of parts", the URI to get the parts would look like this: http://www.parts-depot.com/... and the "response" contains a list of links to the individual parts like this: <Part id="00345" xlink:href="http://www.part... For additional information, I would have to "select" ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 1, 2007 10:07 AM

Is Software Development Really Hard?
Rocky blogs that 98% of the systems being built out there are "trivial" or at least can be solved by "trivial" solutions. Is this really the case? He also contends that most applications are a "viewer (form, page, screen)" over data and development tools such automat this, attributing unecessary complexity to tool vendors, framework builders, architects etc. I actually disagree with his assessment on the distribution of complexity. My developers spend much more of their time behind the screen than ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 31, 2006 5:04 AM

Why I Hate Frameworks
Via Don Box, I stumbled on this Why I Hate Frameworks. Quite humorous and actutally a good read. Frameworks exist at multiple levels e.g. in my opinion System.IO is a framework. However, just like everything else, things can be overdone which leads invariably to Technology (maybe now Framework?) Overload. What do you think ......

Posted On Thursday, March 9, 2006 3:03 AM

All things pragmatic...
So Mr.Box posts Pragmatics and he's generated quite a buzz. Bottom line (unfortunately) is that something has to ship, and with the toolsets available SOAP seems the easier/easiest option right now. Clemens has a series of articles that I need to read up on to see how “Indigo can do REST”. I wonder how many .NET based REST implementations exist out there? If you know of any please share. Interesting stuff huh ......

Posted On Sunday, February 19, 2006 4:47 PM

The World of SOA
I saw this post today and I was blown away by the number services that will be available, 30,000.  Wow.

Posted On Wednesday, December 14, 2005 4:22 PM

Two forces of nature
Udi, once again posts a brilliant article here. Specifically in Microsoft-dom, “Connected Systems” is definitely the mantra. However, I look at this slightly different from how Udi looks it. I take it to mean: How Can We Connect Everything and Anything with Everything and Anything in the simplest way possible. For some, this is a big issue and for others (due to whatever requirements they have), it isn't. I think you need to figure “how to connect” before figuring out “what ......

Posted On Monday, November 28, 2005 1:48 PM

How many is too many?
Udi posts So many Dlls, so little time. Working on a project where there was a class to dll mapping, I can agree to some degree with what Udi states. However, I believe becoming to granular also has its disadvantages and if not careful instead of referencing one dll with a couple of classes, you might end up referencing ten dlls with a class each. I think that related classes should be wrapped up into a single project and assemblied as a single unit. Interfaces should be used to broker communication ......

Posted On Monday, November 28, 2005 1:37 PM

Classic.
Everyone should read this: What are you?.

Posted On Wednesday, November 23, 2005 6:50 AM

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