Showing posts from October, 2009

Google Wave explained in 2 minutes

I for one, think there's too much hype around it to make a practical estimate of Google Wave's usefulness. But in the mean time, here's how one guy sees the wave (in 2 minutes). You can also go here if you have about one and a half hours to kill, to get the long version from Google :)

Your tweets and updates, coming soon to a google near you!!

Official Google Blog: RT @google: Tweets and updates and search, oh my! "Given this new type of information and its value to search, we are very excited to announce that we have reached an agreement with Twitter to include their updates in our search results. We believe that our search results and user experience will greatly benefit from the inclusion of this up-to-the-minute data, and we look forward to having a product that showcases how tweets can make search better in the coming months." Good news indeed. I wonder how page ranks will be handled ...

WSO2 SOA workshop - Santa Clara, CA | November 3rd 2009

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Deploying WSO2 Mashup Server in Tomcat

  +   For those of you interested in deploying the WSO2 Mashup Server 2.0 in Apache Tomcat, Sarasi has written a concise tutorial here . At the moment we do not provide a .war distribution. But, by following the above tutorial, you will be on your way in no time.

WSO2 Mashup Server 2.0

With the 2.0 version we are entering the WSO2 Carbon universe. This means that our users get all the goodies they are used to on top of a fully componentized SOA platform. We also did a bunch of bug fixes along with improvements to documentation. By the way, don't forget to have a look at the Wikipedia page . Feel free to improve it with content or external sources of information you come across about the WSO2 Mashup Server. WSO2 Mashup Server 2.0 Release Notes 07 Oct 2009 "Create, deploy, and consume Web services Mashups in the simplest fashion." The WSO2 Mashup Server is a powerful yet simple and quick way to tailor Web-based information to the personal needs of individuals and organizations. It is a platform for acquiring data from a variety of sources including Web Services, HTML pages, feeds and data sources, and process and combine it with other data using JavaScript with E4X XML extensions. The result is then exposed as a new Web service with rich metadata and ar