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  1. Bridging WS-* and REST: Get up on your soap-pox. The case for dummy SOAP envelopes

    Mar 31, 2006 — 2 Comments
  2. IBM architects catch lesscode virus? maybe not

    Mar 29, 2006 — 6 Comments
  3. Loic posts a fashionable parisian dance

    Mar 29, 2006 — 2 Comments
  4. Its bad enough they bred

    Mar 28, 2006 — 6 Comments
  5. On ODF, OpenOffice and RedMonk as a three man, three platform, three timezone shop

    Mar 28, 2006 — 7 Comments
  6. Bar Bourse Review: smoked crocodile in London

    Mar 28, 2006 — 5 Comments
  7. Classy Send Offs for John Loiacono

    Mar 27, 2006 — No Comments
  8. WD-40 as a model for software innovation

    Mar 24, 2006 — 1 Comment
  9. On Wine Situations, Hugh, Thingamy, Business Customisation and the future of development

    Mar 24, 2006 — 9 Comments
  10. On Microsoft: People Ready, Products Not Ready

    Mar 23, 2006 — No Comments
  11. RedMonk Radio Episode 2: Open Source Systems Management, the Austin Mafia, Edge Cases and People Ready

    Mar 23, 2006 — 1 Comment
  12. How to turn Late Vista to Business Advantage

    Mar 22, 2006 — No Comments
  13. Log Management and Analysis as a market in its own right

    Mar 22, 2006 — 10 Comments
  14. Signal vs. Noise, Simon Phipps, development as editorial, and Sun/Adobe Software Leadership

    Mar 22, 2006 — No Comments
  15. Is RedMonk Going to Be Disintermediated?

    Mar 21, 2006 — 1 Comment
  16. Roller swallows IBM: Whose blogging revenues are they anyway, Sun?

    Mar 20, 2006 — 7 Comments
  17. Open Source MQSeries, Science Experiments and Ruby on zSeries

    Mar 17, 2006 — 14 Comments
  18. BEA’s Financials for 05 Were Solid

    Mar 17, 2006 — No Comments
  19. I thought I said this already: RedMonk Radio Episode One

    Mar 16, 2006 — No Comments
  20. 2 microbrand middleware marketing firms: SF and London. no blogs though:-(

    Mar 16, 2006 — 1 Comment
  21. You gotta love the French: Killing the DMCA and stamping on roach motels

    Mar 15, 2006 — 4 Comments
  22. ITIL needs to lower its prices: On standards and barriers to entry

    Mar 13, 2006 — 24 Comments
  23. How to Hire a Good Developer: Read Their Blog: No interview required

    Mar 13, 2006 — 8 Comments
  24. More Euro Innovation: This time the French.

    Mar 10, 2006 — 1 Comment
  25. Daryl Plummer Admits Mistake on Web Services and SOA

    Mar 10, 2006 — 8 Comments