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This announcement at TechCrunch (and the related links, jump down the rabbit hole for full details) is one of the most interesting announcements in the server/scripting language space I've seen in a very long time. No, it's one of the most interesting announcements I've...

Two of the defining features of Web 2.0 applications are the concepts of web applications having an API allowing users to access features and information from the application and repurpose them to their own ends, and (speaking of repurpose) the concept of mashups, where a...

We web workers are all getting excited over the world of web-based office apps like Google Docs and Spreadsheets , the 37signals suite, and Zoho, but the one-up on these may be coming in the form of scrybe. You have to check the video...

As I started reading the article What Gartner Is Telling Your Boss, I was worried. More management-speak about RAD, faster, with less testing. Then I got happy. Apparently, Gartner (or at least the presenters at their Application Development Summit) has a clue about how...