Ed Foster posts a preliminary draft of The Opt-Out Constitution. You only think it’s an April Fools joke.
Useful tips from John Manoogian III: (The Only) Ten Things To Know About CSS. But why does the page look so ugly in IE?
David Megginson offers a funny but insightful summary of the most important ideas in REST: The Quick Pitch: The elevator pitch With REST, every piece of information has its own… Read more »
Sanjiva Weerawarana, one of the primary people responsible for the SOAP and WS-* specifications, defends them in an interview with InfoQ’s Stefan Tilkov: InfoQ: Interview with Sanjiva Weerawarana: Debunking REST/WS-*… Read more »
I know I’ve been dissing SOAP and WS-* quite a bit lately, but I can’t let this pass unnoticed. If Richard Monson-Haefel of all people can’t easily use one of… Read more »
Tim Bray responds to Elliotte Rusty Harold’s negative comments in this post: Hey Elliotte, I guess making friends and influencing people is for losers, right? The proof of the pudding,… Read more »
Elliotte Rusty Harolde wants everyone to submit comments on the proposed Java API for RESTful Web Services asking them to drop the whole idea: …there are some companies (Sun being… Read more »
The Washington Post’s Rob Pegoraro describes a direct encounter with Vista’s DRM: Vista’s “Reduced Functionality” The bottom line seems to be that Woody Leonhard is right (previous posts): Microsoft can… Read more »
SEOmoz | Web Developers: 13 Command Line Tricks You Might Not Know Via Cafe con Leche.
If you get an InvalidCastException when accessing a COM object from .NET, it generally means that there is a version mismatch between the .NET interop dll and the COM object…. Read more »