Monthly Archives: February 2008

The Multiple Meanings of Batch

Subbu has posted on the multiple meanings of BATCH. I do think it’s necessary to make this distinction. I do think the use case of GET’ing a “batch” of resources and then only doing one type of write operation(PUT, POST … Continue reading

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Arsenal Lets One Get Away

The Gunner’s missed a great opportunity tonight at the Emirates and now they face an uphill battle at the San Siro in a fortnight. It’s going to be very challenging for them to go in there and get a win. … Continue reading

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JSON or XML as hypermedia

For starters, I’ll propose that web services need to offer up multiple representations for a resource be it XHTML, RDF, Atom, XML or JSON, simply because you’ll run into someone who just lives and dies by a certain format. Having … Continue reading

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Hypermedia As The Engine Of Application State

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about anything – way too busy or maybe just not dedicated enough. In the meantime, Nigeria lost in QF to Ghana, Arsenal is on top of the Premiership, the Patriots lost, Pau is … Continue reading

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