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Had a work outing today to Nashville’s The Escape Game.  A team of 7 software engineers totally pwned the hardest room (only a 29% completion rate).  It was a ton of puzzle solving fun.

Had a work outing today to Nashville’s The Escape Game. A team of 7 software engineers totally pwned the hardest room (only a 29% completion rate). It was a ton of puzzle solving fun.

Haters gonna HATEOAS—Timeless»

Why aren’t these web services RESTful? Just what is REST, anyway? REST was created by Roy Fielding in his dissertation if you’d like the full lowdown, but we’re more concerned with RESTful API design than we are in the full system. A more useful framework for this discussion is the Richardson Maturity Model. Basically, it defines four possible levels of ‘REST support’:

  1. “The Swamp of POX.” You’re using HTTP to make RPC calls. HTTP is only really used as a tunnel.
  2. Resources. Rather than making every call to a service endpoint, you have multiple endpoints that are used to represent resources, and you’re talking to them. This is the very beginnings of supporting REST.
  3. HTTP Verbs. This is the level that something like Rails gives you out of the box: You interact with these Resources using HTTP verbs, rather than always using POST.
  4. Hypermedia Controls. HATEOAS. You’re 100% REST compliant.

I know that “Swamp of POX” well.

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Our first teaser from this weekends photo shoot. slobaum and I are pretty.
Thanks to veronicasparrow for the amazing photo.

I love this.  I love it.

nicknameless:

Our first teaser from this weekends photo shoot. slobaum and I are pretty.

Thanks to veronicasparrow for the amazing photo.

I love this.  I love it.

If programming languages were vehicles»

For my coder friends.

Do you know dreams are called dreams? Because they’re not real. If they were they wouldn’t need a name.
— Clara (Doctor Who)

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