"There are no reasons at all in theory for people to change URIs (or stop maintaining documents), but millions of reasons in practice.
Pretty much the only good reason for a document to disappear from the Web is that the company which owned the domain name went out of business or can no longer afford to keep the server running. Then why are there so many dangling links in the world? Part of
Posted in Programming by quixperito_cat 783 days ago (http://www.w3.org)
The message here is, however, that many, many things can change and your URIs can and should stay the same. They only can if you think about how you design them.
Posted in Programming by curious_cat 813 days ago (http://slacy.com)
If your company has to have 'No meetings Thursday' then you’re doing it wrong. How about 'No meetings except for Thursday'... Having to launch a simple service in multiple datacenters around the world, and having to deal with near-weekly datacenter maintenance shutdowns is unacceptable for an agile startup. Startups need to focus on product, not process and infrastructure.
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