Items tagged with api

Related tags: webservices tagyu rss amazon related

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Versioning web services

February 14, 2006 - 422 words , 7 comments
I’m looking for best practices in managing a public web services API.
Also tagged as: tagyu thisisbroken versioncontrol webservices

Tagyu API: Related tags

February 14, 2006 - 70 words
Tagyu’s API now supplies related tags
Also tagged as: folksonomy related tags tagyu webservices

Tagyu API update

February 13, 2006 - 93 words , 1 comment
Tagyu’s API now suggests categories as well as tags.
Also tagged as: categories tagyu webservices

Projects need leadership

July 3, 2003 - 529 words , 8 comments
Being a leader is hard. Not everyone will like you if you stand up for your principles. But people don’t lead because they want to be popular.
Also tagged as: blogger davewiner ibm metaweblog rss samruby

The Not RSS thing

July 2, 2003 - 66 words , 3 comments
There’s a new API spec being proposed, so you’d think I’d be getting involved. But I don’t really have the energy.
Also tagged as: rss zempt

Sorting Amazon

October 10, 2002 - 286 words
Amazon’s backend is showing and they are revealing some interesting flaws in their system.
Also tagged as: amazon customers mtamazon webservices

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