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Posted 20 Feb 2013

How to build self descriptive web API [part I]

, 20 Feb 2013
Some time ago I spoke on Microsoft user group about subject oriented programming and web services which speaking natural language. Now, when I have some time, I can explain how to build your web front api to be readable by humans, rather, than by robots. So, let’s start.
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Tamir Khason
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Hello! My name is Tamir Khason, and I am software architect, project manager, system analyst and [of course] programmer. In addition to writing big amount of documentation, I also write code, a lot of code. I used to work as a freelance architect, project manager, trainer, and consultant here, in Israel, but recently join the company with extremely persuasive idea - to make a world better place. I have very pretty wife and 3 charming kids, but unfortunately almost no time for them.

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