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Web Service Discussion Group Ignites This Thursday!

You liked the last Ignite Web Services! session so much, we decided to do it again.

What: Ignite-style presentations from UW people using Web services – 5 minutes and 20 slides each! We also decided to mix it up a bit. Each presentation will be followed by a 5 minute Q&A period.

When: Thursday, May 20 from 3-5pm.

Where: Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Room 220

Who…

1) Access Agreement Service
-Rupert Berk, UWIT Information Management

2) Let Them Eat Data: Unlocking Room Availability Information
-Scott Bush, Office of the Registrar

3) SQLShare: Query Services for Ad Hoc Research Data
-Garret Cole & Bill Howe, eScience Institute

4) A New Source for the Person Registry: Math Placement Testers
-Trevor Leffler, Office of Educational Assessment

5) YARN: Yet Another REST Narration
-Patrick Michaud, UWIT Learning & Scholarly Technologies

6) Just Can’t Decide? There’s a Web Service for That!
-Scott Stephenson, UWIT Information Management

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Web services discussion group info
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We meet once per quarter, from 3:00-5:00 PM in Odegaard Undergraduate Library, room 220. Our meetings will begin again in Fall Quarter.

To discuss Web services of all flavors, please email questions, suggestions, challenges, etc. to: appdev@u.washington.edu

Our Web service blog is located at: http://depts.washington.edu/ontheroa/

The UW Web services Registry is located at:
http://webservices.washington.edu/

And finally, don’t forget a free service available to the UW developer community–Web Service Design Reviews. If you are designing, developing, or integrating a Web service and would like some help, call on us! More information is available here:
https://sig.washington.edu/itsigs/Web_Services_Design_Review

Slides from Webservices Discussion Group

Here are the slides from today’s talk on the Allen Center kiosks.

The PHP in these slides should be good, but keep in mind that I edited it by about 30% so it would fit on one slide. I’ll be glad to share source code for any of this with anyone who might need it. PHP programmers who are about to consume their first webservice might get a boost from looking at it. If you have any question, please don’t hesitate to ask.

And thanks to everybody who came today!