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  • Grokking the REST Architectural Style, by Ben Ramsey
    makes an application RESTful Pretty URLs XML over HTTP Any service that s not SOAP In all the hype the definition of REST has become clouded and diluted Forget what you thought you knew about REST In this talk Ben Ramsey reintroduces REST placing it under a microscope uncovering each constraint that forms REST s crucial principles Ramsey explains how REST is a style for network based software applications emphasizing

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2009/06/dpc-grokking-rest/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Making the Most of HTTP In Your Apps, by Ben Ramsey
    No they re HTTP status codes As we develop Web applications we encounter these status codes and others and often we make decisions about which ones to return without giving much thought to their meaning or context It s time to take a deeper look at HTTP Knowing the methods headers and status codes what they mean and how to use them can help you develop richer Internet applications Join

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2009/05/phptek-http/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Design Patterns: The Registry Pattern, by Ben Ramsey
    Search Design Patterns The Registry Pattern Event Atlanta PHP User Group Date 5 Feb 2009 Venue Consulate General of Canada City Atlanta GA US View Slides Download Slides Atlanta PHP February 2009 Presented as a mini topic talk at the February 2009 Atlanta PHP user group meeting Tweet Vote on Hacker News Twitter Github LinkedIn Email Copyright 2004 2016 Ben Ramsey Except where otherwise noted content on this site is

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2009/02/atlphp-registry-pattern/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Around the PHP Community, by Ben Ramsey
    to find the right place to ask questions and find the best answers and solutions to programming challenges This month Ben Ramsey takes us on a journey through the PHP Community to discover the websites the experts use to get PHP news and information and the places they go to ask for help because even experts need help He ll wrap up the talk with a brief who s who

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2009/01/atlphp-community/ (2016-04-26)
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  • You Look Like You Could Use Some REST!, by Ben Ramsey
    talk is a cobbled together Frankenstein s monster of three previous talks I ve given that have covered representational state transfer REST Learn about REST as I breeze through it and spend the last half of the talk attempting to solicit audience participation from the morning zombies er campers who may feel that they lack rest to design a RESTful web service Description of the talk I ll give at php works next month follows Representational State Transfer or REST has become the hip new buzzword of Web 2 0 But what really makes an application RESTful Is it pretty URLs Or the use of XML over HTTP Is it any web service that doesn t use SOAP In all of the hype the definition of REST has become clouded and diluted It s time to take a fresh look at REST In this talk Ben Ramsey reintroduces REST and its architectural style He shows that REST is not only an architecture for web services but that it describes an architecture for the Web Ramsey will demonstrate how statelessness a resource oriented architecture atomicity of requests and other traits of REST make the most of the Web s architecture to

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/10/phpappalachia-rest/ (2016-04-26)
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  • You Look Like You Could Use Some REST, by Ben Ramsey
    application RESTful Is it pretty URLs Or the use of XML over HTTP Is it any web service that doesn t use SOAP In all of the hype the definition of REST has become clouded and diluted It s time to take a fresh look at REST In this talk Ben Ramsey reintroduces REST and its architectural style He shows that REST is not only an architecture for web services

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/09/schematic-rest/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Web App Security 101, by Ben Ramsey
    Condesa City San Jose Costa Rica View Slides Download Slides Cross site scripting XSS cross site request forgeries CSRF and SQL injection are among the most common attacks made on web applications today and they re so easy to prevent In this talk Ben Ramsey gives an overview of these attacks and what you can do to ensure your web application is protected Tweet Vote on Hacker News Twitter Github

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/09/schematic-security/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Distribution and Publication with Atom Web Services, by Ben Ramsey
    As we move toward Web 3 0 the Web is slowly transforming into a platform upon which massively distributed applications run Rich clients turn personal computers into thin clients not storing or processing any data locally but rather connecting to a web service where the data resides These services may target intranets extranets or the global Web community but to work they need a common language One such language is the Atom Publishing Protocol Since its inception as a draft recommendation in 2003 the Atom Syndication Format RFC 4287 has been used as an alternative to Really Simple Syndication RSS feeds on blogs throughout the blogosphere Most have understood Atom as just another feed format but the publication of the Atom Publishing Protocol RFC 5023 opens the door for far more uses of the Atom format as both a means for distribution of data as well as publication Ben Ramsey will introduce the Atom Syndication Format and Atom Publishing Protocol explaining in depth how these can form the foundation of any web service for publication and distribution of data in any environment from the enterprise right down to the small business level Ramsey will also discuss RESTful design principles as

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/09/zendcon-atom-web-services/ (2016-04-26)
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