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Carl and Richard host a now-rare telephone-based conference call (remember when these were cool?) with Glenn Block, Henrik Nielsen and Darrel Miller about Web API. But first the conversation has to deal with the reality of having Henrik Nielsen on the call - a former graduate student of Tim Berners Lee and a guy who worked on the very beginnings of the World Wide Web! But the main topic is Web API and the reasons, strengths and approaches to using Web API.


Glenn is a product manager for Splunk's developer experience. A hardcore coder professionally for almost 20 years, he cares deeply about making developers' lives easier. Glenn lives and breathes code and is rumored never to actually sleep. He's also a big supporter in the shift toward cloud development having played a key role at Microsoft in supporting OSS stacks in Windows Azure. He is an active contributor to node.js and .net OSS projects, a supporter of the community, and a frequent speaker internationally. He does have a personal life, which he shares with his wife and 9 year old daughter in Seattle usually while caffeinated.


From Wikipedia: Henrik Frystyk Nielsen is a Danish engineer and computer scientist. He is best known for his pioneering work on the World Wide Web and subsequent work on computer network protocols.

Nielsen's Web work began at CERN, when he became Tim Berners-Lee's first graduate student, and shared an office with Håkon Wium Lie, the co-inventor of Cascading Style Sheets. They developed together the Arena web browser. It was at this time he began work with Berners-Lee, and later joined Roy Fielding et al. Nielsen was invited by Berners-Lee to join the technical staff of the newly formed World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in 1994. He joined the staff of W3C in March 1995, and continued work on HTTP and other Web protocol topics such as the Line Mode Browser and libwww. Nielsen was one of the principal authors of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) specifications, published in 1996. He then managed the development of a "next generation" called HTTP 1.1, published in 1999. He left W3C in July 1999.



Darrel Miller is CTO at Tavis Software. Tavis Software develops business software for small businesses. Darrel has been writing software professionally for 18 years. The last 5 years have been spent discovering the benefits and challenges of the REST architectural style. His particular focus is on the use of REST to develop non-browser based line-of-business applications. He is a Microsoft Integration MVP and a member of the Microsoft Web API advisory board.


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Running Time 57 minutes      Date Tuesday, February 12, 2013     Comments Comments


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