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Tag: Web Services News

A Passel of Interesting Links: Web 2.0, Mashups, Ruby on Rails, JSON, Ajax, and more…

Here are some articles, tutorials, and blog postings that I’ve found useful, interesting, or thought-provoking so far this week: Web Services at a Crossroads – “Implemention strategies for Web services are splitting into two camps: building enterprise SOAs and exploiting Web technologies. Which is right for you?“ Mashup Data Formats: JSON vs. XML – “It’s […]

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TalkCrunch: Introduction to Amazon S3

Mike Arrington interviewed Amazon’s Adam Selipsky (VP of Web Services) and Dave Barth (Product Manager) about Amazon S3 on the TalkCrunch podcast. The interview is currently represented in the site’s RSS feed, but it is not visible on the site itself. — Jeff;

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ZapThink SOA Roadmap Poster

ZapThink has published a new version of their SOA Roadmap Poster. There’s a free download (registration is required), or you can simply buy 10 copies of the poster. For the acronym-impaired, SOA is short for Service-Oriented Architecture! — Jeff;

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Behind the Scenes at Microsoft, A9, and Amazon

Microsoft’s IE blog is reporting on the behind the scenes efforts which lead up to the recent announcement that IE7 will support’s OpenSearch interface. You can read even more about this on the A9 blog. While this is not directly related to AWS, it is a perfect example of how open standards (e.g. XML […]

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AWS and the REST of the Web

Welcome to the inaugural UK AWS blog post, In todays post I thought I would talk about the internet, where we think we are going, and how Amazon web services fit in. As ever (with these thoughts), feel free to link to them in your own blogs. The internet is a kaleidoscope of ideas, it […]

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