Create and consume RESTful APIs in a simple and standard way

Compatibility heads-up: prototype != production code

It's amazing to see how many people are building great things with Astoria so early in the cycle. We talk with folks in the development community often and we hear stories that range from teaching classes, to giving talks, to building experimental systems, all the way to building tools that work on top of Astoria. Given how much is being built...
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Want to work in the Astoria team? We’re hiring!

It’s been some time now since we switched from “incubation mode”, where it was just a couple of guys hacking stuff, into “production mode”, were we are building a product, following good engineering practices, spending a ton of time on every design detail and so on. We already have a solid Astoria team formed, but we could still use ...
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Create your own hosted Astoria Data Service

At the Mix 2007 conference we announced an Astoria CTP which included two major pieces:  CTP bits you can download, install and run on your own systems and an experimental read only online service over a few sample (northwind, etc) sets of data that we hope will help us better understand the requirements and use cases of data interfaces ...
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