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Diplomacy 2.0?

I feel that I need to express my opinion on the recent Wikileaks-related events. I know that many of my friends or those who follow my thoughts on the Web might not agree with me but I always believe that it’s healthy to have a difference in opinions since

“REST in Practice” at a University near you and some fun

A couple of days ago, O’Reilly sent “REST in Practice” to the (e-)printers*. It was a great milestone for Jim, Ian, and me; the end of a long road. The target date for the book’s release date is September 24th (yes, of this year :-)

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REST in Practice… meet the authors

My “REST in Practice” co-authors, Jim and Ian, have been doing an amazing job at creating presentation/courseware material for the book. It’s really humble to experience the kind of interest we’ve had so far from academics, even before the book is published, based on the presentation material that

REST in Practice in editing/review/correction state and available on Amazon


REST in Practice
It’s been a loooooong road, I think it might even be more than 2 3 years. Jim and I had talked about writing a book together about the Web, its design principles, its technologies, and its potential role in distributed applications. We love working together so we wanted this

“Small Pleasures”

Last February, I linked to a video, which I thought was very powerful, from Konstantinos Pilavios. Here’s another one called “Small Pleasures” (make sure you watch it all the way to the end).

(thanks to Ioannis Kavouras

“REST in Practice” on Facebook

Our upcoming book (tentative title: “REST in Practice”) has a Facebook page, so go become a fan. We are going to start posting news/updates about the book soon. You’ll also be able to ask questions, monitor our progress, and give us feedback. However, if you are not a