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Apr 23, 2008 8:52pm

design your api

Two hours now, since I spoke with Twitter's Alex Payne on API design and development to a weirdly wide room at Moscone West. I think we were well received ... some excellent questions toward the end of our two-part talk. I'm exploring the idea of RESTfulness as a physical metaphor for the movement of objects to help better explain why it's winning the headspace competition against SOAP and XML-RPC.

We put our slides and notes up on Slideshare. The notes may even represent some of what came out of my mouth while I dropped into auto-pilot up there...

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