Back to blogging
Forgive me, InterWebs, for it has been a year since my last blog post.
2011 was a very busy+wonderful year for me, and I've had the opportunity to meet many nice people, visit many cool places and work on many interesting projects.
- I gave a talk at the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University, UK about inter-widget communication based on the work that Marko and I did in this field.
I've had the pleasure of meeting Fridolin Wild, who organized the talk, and his research group at the KMI.
I also published two papers on inter-widget communication and the pmrpc library.
- I published two papers on the FSM-based formalism for modeling RESTful systems and presented one of the papers at the ICWE conference (held in Paphos, Cyprus).
I've also had the pleasure of meeting Silvia Schreier, discussing many REST-related ideas with her and starting work on Feral (a framework for developing RESTful systems).
- I also played with randomness analyses for two lotto systems in Croatia, but since statistics isn't my strongest side, I'm quite far from interesting results.
Something similar to the statistics for UK lotteries.
And yes, I do know that lotto really is random.
- Finally, I'm nearing the deadline for finishing my Ph.D.
I'm nearly done with my last seminar, and I'm working on my thesis and thinking about what the future will bring.
- This Week In REST is still alive and popular, but I update it less frequently due to lack of time.
So, over the next few months I'll (hopefully) be writing blog posts about some of these things, especially REST.
I've already updated a few of my old posts that continuously generate interest.