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  • Blog Post: Two Webcast Opportunities–Twilio and Mashery

    Many of you know I’m one of the co-organizers of New England GiveCamp , which takes place this coming weekend May 4 – 6th. Both Twilio and Mashery have signed on as sponsors of that event, and each is offering a webcast this week ( Wednesday and Thursday , both at 7 p.m.) to spin up the volunteer developer...
  • Blog Post: Azure@home Part 5: The REST of the Story

    This post is part of a series diving into the implementation of the @home With Windows Azure project, which formed the basis of a webcast series by Developer Evangelists Brian Hitney and Jim O’Neil. Be sure to read the introductory post for the context of this and subsequent articles in the series. In...
  • Blog Post: R is for... REST

    REST stands for Representational State Transfer, an acronym coined by Dr. Roy Fielding in 2000 as part of his doctoral dissertation at the University of California, Irvine .  As Dr. Fielding states in Chapter 6, Since 1994, the REST architectural style has been used to guide the design and development...
  • Blog Post: Another Roadshow Gone By

    As I write this post, I'm looking out the window at the first two four inches of what promises to be a bona-fide Winter storm - a fitting end to the 2008 Winter Northeast Roadshow series. As always, it was great to see familiar faces, as well as a number of new ones. We experienced a significant up tick...
  • Blog Post: REST Starter Kit Service Behavior

    I got a great question from an attendee at the Williston, Vermont, stop on the Northeast Roadshow yesterday regarding the behavior of a REST Starter Kit service that I was demonstrating. My demo is pretty simple: I hard code a collection right in the OnGetItems() method that the Starter Kit generates...
  • Blog Post: Is it REST?

    In the last Northeast Roadshow series, we spent a great deal of time discussing what makes a service RESTful. As I indicated, I'm planning to follow up next time with a more hands-on treatment of the topic applied in .NET - including the newly released WCF REST Starter Kit and ADO.NET Data Services ...
  • Blog Post: WCF REST Starter Kit

    In the recently completed edition of the Northeast Roadshow , I alluded to the REST Toolkit to give you a leg up on created RESTful services in .NET. Well, to paraphrase Carol Anne , "It's Here....." WCF REST Starter Kit Project on Codeplex WCF REST Page on MSDN
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