January, 2010

  • Pablo Castro's blog

    HTML5 does databases

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    The HTML5* specification has been cooking for a while and lately the amount of buzz around it has been growing at full speed. Just search for #HTML5 in twitter and you'll see what I mean. After even a quick look at it, it becomes evident that the next...
  • Pablo Castro's blog

    Want to work on HTML5 database stuff? We're looking

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    As I mentioned yesterday , we're working on HTML5 stuff in general here at Microsoft, and my team in particular is looking at the database APIs in HTML5. If you want to be a part of this (working with the rest of the standard folks, design APIs, design...
  • Pablo Castro's blog

    Implementing only certain aspects of OData

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    While we focus on keeping things simple, the whole OData protocol does have a bunch of functionality in it, and you don't always need the whole thing. If you're implementing a client or a server, how much of OData do you need to handle? OData is...
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