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                    Archive for Aug 2010


                    Come to Kynetx Developer Day

                    In the past Kynetx has held two Kynetx Impact conferences, one last fall and one last spring. Kynetx Impact exceeded my expectations both times with lots of people and energy. But holding a conference of that size is, frankly, a lot of work for a small team. Consequently, we've decided to move to an annual schedule with Kynetx Impact, holding the conference once a year in the spring. At the same time, we didn't want to lose the ability to contact and work with developers, so we've created Kynetx Developer Days. The first Kynetx Developer Day will be held
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                    Come to Internet Identity Workshop East Next Week

                    The East Coast edition of the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) will happen next week on Thursday and Friday (Sept 9-10) at the Josaphine Butler Parks Center in Washington DC. The theme for this edition of IIW is Open Identity for Open Government. You can register online. Late registration fees kick in after Friday, so register now.
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                    CTO Breakfast this Thursday: The Once and Future Web

                    The CTO Breakfast will happen this Thursday at 8am in the cafeteria at Novell's Provo Campus. As usual, we'll talk tech; so bring interesting topics you'd like to discuss. Anyone interested in how information technology is used to build products or run companies. Despite it's name, you don't have to be a CTO to attend--just interested in technology, where it's headed, and the problems of starting and building a high-tech business in Utah. There's a calendar of upcoming CTO Breakfast events if you'd like to subscribe. At this CTO Breakfast, Sam will have a special demo of some cool
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                    The Kynetx Rule Language: The First Internet Application Platform

                    A while ago, someone asked, in a comment, "What's KRL?" I realized that while I had lots of snippets that explained KRL and what it could do, there's was no good place to point people who ask that question. Consequently, I put together a white paper that explains, in some technical detail, what KRL is, how it operates, and why we think it's so damn cool. The paper is The Kynetx Rule Language - The First Internet Application Platform (PDF). If that title doesn't pique your interest, maybe a few paragraphs from the intro can: Imagine walking into Borders
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                    IIW XI, IIW East, and IIW Europe

                    In addition to our traditional semi-annual meeting at the Computer History Museum on November 9-11, IIW is also holding events in Washington DC and London this fall. Unlike other identity conferences, IIW's focus is on the use of identity management approaches based on open standards that are privacy protecting. The IIW East (more info here) will be September 9-10 at the Josephine Butler Parks Center. I suspect that because of the location and discussion that's going on around identity in government circles that this event will have a distnctly different flavor and set of sessions than IIW has traditionally
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                    Starting a High Tech Business: The Wind at Your Back

                    I'm starting a new business called Kynetx. As I go through some of the things I do, I'm planning to blog them. The whole series will be here. This is the twenty-fifth installment. You may find my efforts instructive. Or you may know a better way---if so, please let me know! Saturday I rode the ULCER century bike ride for the fourth time. This is a great century that goes around Utah Lake. I look forward to it every year. Every year the ride is a little different. This year, the wind was blowing from the South-South West and
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                    Beyond APIs: Declarative References to Data

                    APIs are coming into their own. Gluecon was abuzz with them. I've seen Sam Ramji's talk on Darwin's Finchs and APIs referenced everywhere--and rightly so. One of the problems with RESTful APIs, however, is that every time someone comes up with an API, I have to read the docs and then code, by hand, an interface between that API and my language. For popular APIs libraries are already written to do that. For smaller APIs, I'm on my own. At the Cloud Camp that preceded Gluecon, one of the discussions was about a way to fix that: an API
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