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Re: Tim Bray on "Which Technologies Matter?"

Re:  Tim Bray on "Which Technologies Matter?"
3/18/2002 8:38:13 AM, Mike Champion <mc@x...> wrote:

>Finally, if Tim is right, what XML technologies would YOU bet on as 
>market successes?  

I'll beat Paul Prescod to the punch :~) and suggest that if Tim is
right, REST will beat  SOAP-RPC.  That will be a classic
showdown ... EVERY other "predictive" factor would suggest that
SOAP-RPC will win, and 80/20 clearly suggests that REST will win.
That will also test Michael Kay's alternative hypothesis that whatever
gets the most support from the pundits will be the winner.

Seal your ballot and put it in a time capsule to be opened in 2007!


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