Web Development Links for Thursday, September 25th, 2008

InfoQ: JSR 311 Final: Java API for RESTful Web Services IBM developerWorks: Mastering Grails: RESTful Grails: Build a resource-oriented architecture InfoQ: Joshua Bloch: Bumper-Sticker API Design Aaron Swartz: The Semantic Web In Breadth Mock Objects: “Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests”: Chapter 1. What’s the point of Test Driven Development? Code To Joy: A fascinating […]

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Social Media/Software Links for September 19th, 2008

Tim O’Reilly is sounding the alarm – CNet.com: O’Reilly: Stop throwing sheep, do something worthy: “(These are) pretty depressing times in a lot of ways,” O’Reilly said in an address that first had looked like it would simply be a starry-eyed discussion of enterprise opportunities for Web 2.0. “And you have to conclude, if you […]

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Once around the Comcaster way

Congrats to Livia Labate on being voted for the IA Institute Board of Directors. Kevin Fitzpatrick posted some good advice: Don’t hide your ideas. Anandhan Subbiah, my manager at CIM, redesigned his blog. And I was Burningbird-ed in reference to a post about Tim Berners-Lee’s new foundation initiative. The tech community seems not engaged.

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Tim Berners-Lee new foundation the W3F is timely

The World Wide Web Foundation has a broad scope as described in its one page concept paper, but in short, where the w3c focuses on technologies and interoperability the w3f looks to to focus on technology and society. arstechnica.com: WWW creator Berners-Lee launches ambitious Web Foundation BBC.com: Warning sounded on web’s future The Register: Berners-Lee […]

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Stack Overflow launches

I like what I see at Stack Overflow so far. Growing an online community of any sort can be tricky, but this collaboration engine looks smart. Additional info at Joel Spolksy’s. Hmmm… I might post a Java, Emacs, or Python question shortly to give it a whirl.

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