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Unspecified and Undefined

Posted by Olve Maudal  on  Jul 26, 2013

Olve Maudal details machine code generated by snippets of both legal and illegal C code, discussing it in the context of ISO/IEC 9899 standard (the C standard).

Making Cloud Standards Customer-driven

Posted by Andrew Watson  on  Jan 25, 2013

Andrew Watson presents Cloud Standards Customer Council's origins, structure and objectives, and describes how you can get involved.

Keynote: Cloud Interoperability

Posted by Chris Harding  on  Dec 05, 2012

Chris Harding emphasized the need for cloud interoperability and the key areas where standards are most needed – configuration, management, security, storage, communication – for businesses to growth.

Keynote: What's the Point of Standards?

Posted by Peter F. Brown  on  Nov 22, 2012

Peter F. Brown keynotes on the importance of creating and implementing standards for SOA and Cloud Computing.

The Declarative, Componentized Web

Posted by Peter Beverloo  on  Sep 17, 2012

Peter Beverloo introduces the W3C Web Components model useful to design web widgets, and consisting of Templates, Decorators, Custom Elements, and the Shadow DOM.

The State and Future of JavaScript

Posted by Douglas Crockford  on  Feb 17, 2010 1

Douglas Crockford talks on the history of JavaScript unveiling some of the struggles the Ecma Technical Committee has had in advancing the language over the years, concluding with lessons learned: if one has a great idea he should not tell it to a standardization body but rather do it, a change to a widely used standard is an act of violence, standards are hard, and one cannot please everyone.

Standards are Great, but Standardisation is a Really Bad Idea

Posted by Paul Downey  on  Dec 12, 2009 1

Paul Downey discusses the risks of premature standardisation, unnatural constraints, partial implementations and open extensions, how to avoid cloud computing lock-in, formal activities versus lightweight open processes as exemplified by open source, Microformats, OpenID, OAuth and other Web conventions being ratified through open, lightweight, continuous agreement.

HTTP Status Report

Posted by Mark Nottingham  on  Apr 19, 2009 3

HTTP is one of the most successful protocols in the world, and more and more developers are using it to do more than drive HTML UIs. In this presentation, recorded at QCon San Francisco 2008, HTTPbis WG chair Mark Nottingham gives an update on the current status of the HTTP protocol in the wild, and the ongoing work to clarify the HTTP specification.

The SOA Component Model

Posted by Rob High  on  Mar 19, 2007 5

IBM Chief SOA architect Rob High introduces Service Component Architecture (SCA) and Service Data Objects (SDO) as the foundation for a SOA programming model. Topics covered include a definition of SOA, a look at its principles and properties, an introduction to SCA and SDO and an outlook to the connection of SOA and Web 2.0.

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