amaah + simplicity   5

Can I have a Wordle with you?
Jonathan Feinberg expounds on design: People have very grand ideas about architecture, but without a very healthy respect for the constraints – which include network bandwidth, disk speed, processor speed, the complexity cost of communications between disparate components, the limited ability of people to understand the information presented to them and to take action in a certain amount of time – all those things together must inform the actual design and execution of software systems.
software  design  architecture  jdf  simplicity  web  dogear  algorithms  folksonomies 
september 2008 by amaah
REST - The Web Style
Slides to a talk I gave on Friday to the Lotus Workplace Architecture Board about REST (Representational State Transfer) and the web. An argument about an outlook on technology, on complexity, layering and leverage.
technology  rest  web  design  architecture  software  lotus  ibm  glue  strategy  patterns  adoption  systems  leverage  layering  comprehension  abstractions  simplicity  complexity  humour  neologisms  buzzwords  toli 
june 2005 by amaah
REST - The Web Style
Slides to a talk I gave on Friday to the Lotus Workplace Architecture Board about REST (Representational State Transfer) and the web style. An argument about an outlook on technology, on complexity, layering and leverage.
technology  rest  web  design  architecture  software  lotus  ibm  glue  strategy  patterns  adoption  systems  leverage  layering  comprehension  abstractions  simplicity  complexity  humour  neologisms  buzzwords  toli 
june 2005 by amaah
Adam Bosworth's Web of Data (Powerpoint Slides)
Slides from Adam Bosworth's Web of Data talk. The web happened because it was simple, sloppy, had standards and could scale. Great articulation of the REST proposition but he wants that for data now.
web  technology  history  adoption  programming  complexity  systems  glue  standards  html  blog  atom  rss  simplicity  wire  format  REST  bosworth  kiss  data  database  resource  modeling  resourcemodeling 
april 2005 by amaah
Bosworth's Web of Data
Slides from Adam Bosworth's Web of Data talk. The web happened because it was simple, sloppy, had standards and could scale. Great articulation of the REST proposition but he wants that for data now.
web  technology  history  adoption  programming  complexity  systems  standards  html  blog  atom  rss  data  simplicity  wire  format  REST  resource  modeling  resourcemodeling 
april 2005 by amaah

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