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Blog Archive for brunogh during August 2008

I am in a rush, like you, that probably are too. Who told us to chose a computing related profession?! Medicine changes once a century! But, because our world is dynamic, here it goes some quick updates that I can't miss: Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA Some weeks ago I finally have finished reading Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA (thanks Aaron Houston and Mark DeHart for the copy). If you are...
I just received my Sentilla Perk (Pervasive Computing Kit) some hours ago (Picture 1). I want to thank Sentilla so much and, in special, Cheryl Hall, for being very attentive. If you don't know Sentilla yet, it wons the Duke Awards in Pervasive Solutions category this year at JavaOne! I have installed my kit on Windows Vista, it is described in the box that Windows XP is required. Anyway, it...
REST (Representational State Tranfer) is an architecture. Basically, it refers to the way the resources, commonly called URIs (Uniform Resource Identifier), are organized in the World Wide Web to be accessed and manipulated over the HTPP, using its default characteristics, like, for example, been stateless, specifying mime types, etc. The REST concept is not a new thing. Roy Fielding, one of the...