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Web 2.0 Design Patterns: the Book

I contributed to a new O’Reilly publication looking at Design Patterns for Web2.0. The lead author is Adobe’s Duane Nickull. Here I chat to him about the book, the essential tensions of Enterprise vs. Web, Big SOA vs. little SOA, and how we hope the work might become a community document.
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  1. James.
    on my Christmas book list.

  2. Tool cool! Congratulations, this looks like a great read – I need to order.

    Check out the SVN book published by O’Reilly with a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/

    I would love to get in on this project.

  3. Looks great; can’t wait. When is the release date?

    -ewH

  4. not sure when it comes out guys. you’re making me nervous.

    jgovernorOctober 25, 2007 @ 2:17 pmReply



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