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Duncan Cragg on Declarative Architectures
About All Things...
...taking programming beyond:
Threads, Message Queues, Client-Server, CORBA, Web Services, SOAs, Agents, Synchronous Architectures, Imperative Programming - and even Applications, Desktops and Documents
Duncan Cragg...
...works for ThoughtWorks UK; originally from April 2002 to July 2007 and now recently re-joined. Previously worked as a Web Architect for the Financial Times.
...went to both UCL and Imperial College of the University of London (in the Eighties); specialising in Logic during his MSc.
...wonders when his LinkedIn Account will be useful
...has a phone-cam, and used it on himself once, just before his weekly shave:
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...can be contacted by and followed on Twitter.
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The Right Way to do Ajax is Declaratively
July 13, 2006 14:33

Don't write your interactive Web application in custom Javascript! The Web's Declarative nature needn't be broken just because you want two-way dynamic data instead of one-way documents on your site.

Instead, write Declaratively to generic Javascripts, plugins and browser features such as Hijax, hInclude, XForms, SVG, XBL, etc.   ...

 
Microformats Challenge Web Feeds and Web APIs!
June 7, 2006 19:10

Microformats are subversive: they not only challenge the approach of full-blown Semantic Web approaches, but even question fundamental Web 2.0 building blocks such as Web Feeds and Web APIs.

I recently attended XTech 2006, where there were a few talks related to Microformats.

After summarising these talks, I'll finish with my shocking revelations about the subversive nature of Microformats!   ...

 
 
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