Here is a 5mn slideshare on RIP: A framework to analyse and evaluate RESTful services. This will be the basis for a 5mn presentation at REST Fest 2012 at the end of this week in Greenville, SC.
This is the title of the presentation I will be giving at RESTFest 2012, Sept 13-15th in Greenville, SC.
"Let’s imagine a SensorWeb with millions of services of various types that could be accessed by humans or automatically by machines over the web. Let’s imagine sensor gauges in Namibia connected to forecasting models in the US and earth-orbiting satellites ready to image the upcoming flood on-demand. What architectural patterns may be required of these services to meet the challenge? Based on many observed best practices, which ones may need to be instituted for seamless interoperability over time? The Open Geospatial Consortium has defined a multitude of standardized services. Over the last 25 years, those standards have evolved from a REST/RPC style to SOAP and a newer binding style is now being considered. This presentation will focus on some of the contemplated best practices that could be used to define a policy for a REST/Hypermedia API to be used at this enterprise level"
The time has come for intelligent image processing onboard the spacecraft to provide real-time ad-hoc products to our end-users. This presentation was given at the HyspIRI workshop at the NASA Greenbelt Technology Center. Scan the tag to access the screencast… if you know about Microsoft Tags!
May 25th is approaching very quickly. This will be our second annual event for wounded warriors and sailors. If you are interest in participating or sponsoring the event, please contact Bill Dietrich firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TwoTop Adaptive Sports Foundation is doing some remarkable work at Whitetail during the winter and is currently looking into expanding its program during the summer.
Please visit TwoTop www.twotopadaptive.org and leave a message of support on Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Two-Top-Adaptive/188111477876772
Picture taken by John & Toni Knisley passing us by on our way back from the Eastport-Solomons night race before a 20knot squall hit us. This was a blast.