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                          Archive for Dec 2013


                          Test-Driven Development and KRL

                          We've recently released some initial tools to support test-driven development in KRL. This is a great first step toward a more mature development process for CloudOS.
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                          Networks vs Hierarchies

                          Good talk from Fred Wilson on how networked systems are changing business and how we all interact with one another.
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                          Intention Generation: Fuse and VRM

                          One of the most influential books I've read in the last several years is Doc Searls' Intention Economy. The concept is simple: customer demand is the source of commerce and yet business has done a poor job of finding ways to understand customer intention. Doc's ideas have given rise to a movement called vendor relationship management or VRM. The term is a play off of CRM, and leads to a key idea: customers need tools to manage their interactions with the people who sell them products and services. When I write about social products, I'm writing about one such
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                          Pico APIs: Events and Queries

                          A pico's API is not RESTful, rather it follows a pattern we might call Event-Query. KRL provides clear distinction in code for handling events and queries in a segregated manner. This has important implications for developers building picos and designing applications that use them.
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                          Ed Orcutt 1961-2013

                          Ed Orcutt died on Monday morning of a long illness. Anyone who's come to a Free Lunch Friday or visited Kynetx knows Ed. Anyone who's used a Kynetx product in the last 3 years knows him, at least through his work. Ed was a great friend and an exceptional programmer. We're going to miss him very much. Ed was my principal collaborator and the primary developer of CloudOS, the software layer that powers SquareTag, Fuse, and many other projects and products we've built. Ed designed and programmed the Intentcasting demonstration we built for Swift. He developed the DnB 360
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                          CTO Breakfast in Ogden This Week

                          We're doing the December CTO Breakfast at Startup Ogden. I hope you can join us!
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                          Kynetx Reboot

                          We've had a successful Kickstarter and now we've got a new CEO. Kynetx is ready to take off.
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