links for 2008-11-25
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Nov 24, 2008
According to Doug Henschen, one of the conclusions from last week's Mash-Up Camp is that while mashups may not replace conventional development and integration approaches, "they may whittle down that long IT-department "to-do" list and deliver innovations in the process."
InformationWeek blogger Allan Stern examines Twitter monetization and "whether Twitter users would pay for their accounts and if so, how much would they be willing to pay."
Inaki Martin presents code samples that illustrate how to generate such custom SOAP faults when creating WSM custom steps.