I’m going to be giving variations on my RESTful domain applications talk at JFokus in Stockholm, Feb 14-16, and JAX London, April 11-13. Come along to find out all about domain application protocols: what they are, why they’re important (and implicit in almost every application, irrespective of whether we’ve given them any thought or not), and how we can implement them in a RESTful application without having to import a specific process description into the client part of the app.
I’ll be building on some of this material at QCon London (March 9-11), but there I’ll go deeper into some implementation specifics, with examples drawn from some recent work with Microsoft’s new WCF HTTP libraries. (The QCon REST track has a particularly stunning lineup.) Also as part of QCon London, Jim Webber and I will be running our day-long REST in Practice tutorial.
You can register for QCon here. When doing so, use the ROBI100 promotional code. This gives you a £100 discount; at the same time, QCon will donate £100 to the Crisis Charity in London (the national charity for single homeless people).