Archive for November, 2005

XTech 2006 wants you

November 18th, 2005  |  Published in events

The XTech 2006 Call For Participation has just been published, and you should be submitting something. You have until January 9th 2006.

XTech is a superb European tech conference covering internet, XML, browser and open data technologies. This year’s conference has a Web 2.0 flavour – think AJAX, tagging, identity, digital rights, owning your own data and opening up information for reuse. Don’t think business models, think really great demos.

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London Web Frameworks night was great

November 18th, 2005  |  Published in rails

I had a great time presenting yesterday evening at the London Web Frameworks night. Huge round of applause to Dean Wilson for putting it together. I learnt interesting things about Catalyst and Django from the other speakers, and did my first public demo of the BBC Programme Catalogue. I’m immensely proud of the site, and I think it came across.

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REST On Rails

November 3rd, 2005  |  Published in rails, rest, xml

XML.com have just published an article I wrote for them last month entitled REST On Rails.

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