Skip to main content

Marc Hadley

Marc is a Principal Engineer with the Mitre Corporation where he works on a variety of projects for federal agencies. Prior to joining Mitre, Marc was a Java and Web Services Architect at Sun Microsystems where he lead the development of JSR 311, a Java API for RESTful Web Services and JSR 224 a Java API for SOAP-based services. Marc represented Sun Microsystems in the W3C XML Protocol and W3C Web Services Addressing working groups where he was co-editor of the SOAP 1.2 and WS-Addressing specifications. Marc also served as the technical lead for Sun's participation at the Web Services Interoperability Organisation (WS-I).

 

Weblogs

Last week saw the release of three new WADL frameworks:

This week is my last at Oracle, next week I'll be starting a new job with Mitre.

I've extended the declarative hyperlinking module to support the HTTP...

I've spent some time fleshing out the code in the experimental declarative hyperlinking module I ...

One of the areas I'm keen to improve in the next version of JAX-RS is link creation. JAX-RS already offers...

For those of you who've been patiently waiting for WADL to be submitted to a standards organization, I'm pleased to announce that WADL is now a W3C...

Craig asked me how you would describe something like the Sun Cloud APIs with...

A draft of the JAX-RS 1.1 specification and API is now available. We're now working on implementing the...

Check out this tutorial on the use of WADL to add a service to...

Its been just over two years since the last version of WADL was published and, in the intervening time, a number of issues have accumulated. I've held off...

The proposed final draft of JAX-RS is now available for review. We are now concentrating on completing the reference...

The JAX-RS public review draft is now available for, er, review - download it here.

If you are attending JavaOne...

The Restlet team just announced a new release. Amongst the new features is support for JAX-RS, see an...

I'm working on an internal project building some RESTful services using a combination of Jersey, JPA, Glassfish...

I'm working on an internal project that involves adding Atom Publishing Protocol support to a data store. Naturally, I'm using...

For a long time you've been able to retrieve a WADL document that describes the set of resources that make up a Jersey...

Further to my recent post about integrating Jersey and Spring, Christian Rivasseau shows how to...

The first early draft of JSR 311 is now available for review, download the spec and Javadoc here. As the name suggests...

To further test the new resource provider SPI I described earlier I thought I'd try building a new resource...

A couple of video's demonstrating NetBeans 6 support for creating Jersey-based Web...

I recently merged the experimental "resourcefactory" branch back into the main Jersey trunk. The new code includes the following features and changes:

Patrick Mueller has some nice things to say about JSR 311 but also has some concerns that I'd like to address...

We just released the source code for the reference implementation of JSR 311...

I've been offline on holiday in the UK for the last couple of weeks and it seems I've been missing out on an interesting debate about whether a description language for RESTful services is useful...

Thomas Steiner just released the first working demo of Google REST Describe.

Thomas Steiner has announced plans for a couple of tools to simplify RESTful...

I was planning to wait until after the ballot to blog this but it seems lots of folks have already noticed and blogged about it so I figure I...

I got tagged by Gerry. Five little-known facts about me: