Glenn Miller Loved HTTP

In The Mood For HTTP – Episode 3

The recording for episode #3 is now available on Crowdcast and YouTube. In this episode we cover issues like API description languages, security weaknesses in HTTP APIs and the illusive HTTP status code 410 Gone. Some of the questions we attempted to answer this week include: Links from the show include: Keep your eyes on our twitter accounts @darrel_miller and @gblock for the […]

In the Mood for HTTP

In The Mood For HTTP – Open Q&A

As a software developer today it is pretty difficult to avoid working with HTTP in some capacity.  There also seems to be a growing desire among developers to get a deeper understanding of the protocol.  Recently Glenn Block and I decided it might be interesting to do a online Q&A about HTTP and try and answer developer […]

Glasses Reading IETF Specs

Navigating DRY IETF Specs

I’ve been reading IETF specifications for a number of years now and I find them fairly pleasant to read.  But I remember when I started there were a whole bunch of huh!? moments.  Since then I have learned many of the conventions and developed a few tricks that make the process easier.  I was just […]

Adam Ralph open source

There Is Almost Nothing to See Here

I just read Adam Ralph‘s post Blog == Weblog and I was inspired.  I started blogging 10 years ago because I wanted an outlet for my thoughts.  I didn’t take it particularly seriously as you would see if you dig back to the early days.  [ed note: which would be easier if my blog host actually provided an […]

Service Discovery Seal

Service Discovery : Redux

Yesterday, I had a thought.  It didn’t fit into a tweet so wrote a few paragraphs.  I was very pleased with myself, finally getting round to writing again after a few months off.  That was, until two different people who I respect highly, told me I was wrong.  That part sucked. Who Can Do This For […]

Service Discovery Keys

Service Discovery, The Easy Way

Here’s a thought that wouldn’t fit into a tweet and will serve the purpose of breaking my blogging dry spell.  With all the attention that microservices is currently receiving I regularly hear people talking about service discovery.  When trying to co-ordinate multiple different services working together, it is critical to be able to dynamically configure […]

old Fort 308 Town

Everything is Going to be… 308 Permanent Redirect

The last year has been been a very interesting one.  In April 2014, I announced that I was joining Runscope as a developer advocate. This will be my 50th blog post since that one.  I’ve covered all kinds of topics from the intricacies of HTTP to API design guidelines, tricks for using ASP.NET Web API, reviews of APIs, and summaries of some of the conferences that I […]

API Discovery

Distributed Web API discovery

The site apisjson.org defines a specification for creating a document that declares the existence of an API on the web.   This document provides some identification information about the API and links to documentation and to the actual API root URL.  It also supports pointing to other resources like API design metadata documents and contact information for maintainers […]

.net fringe

Dot Net Fringe

The last few days I spent at the DotNetFringe conference in Portland.  Considering this was the first time this conference has been run it was executed spectacularly well. Off To A Great Start The opening keynote was done by the one and only, Jimmy Bogard who delivered a candid history of his experience working on OSS projects, […]

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