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  • Waterlanguage.org: All-purpose Web services language, platform: prototype-based, BASIC easy, LISP powerful, OO XML, ConciseXML syntax, OO Capability security. Descriptions, documents, news, events, articles, comparisons, services, products, book, community. [free trial version]
  • BostonWater.org: New England Water Language user group. Water originates in the Boston-Cambridge-MIT area.
  • Clear Methods, Inc.: Sells Steam IDE, interactive development environment, a Water runtime engine, and development environment with tools, including powerful expression stepper. [Commercial]
  • ConciseXML.org: Open language-independent markup syntax compatible with XML 1.0, but handles all data types: non-hierarchial, program logic, document markup, binary. Concise and precise to eliminate 2 major limits of XML, extends its use.
  • Start-up Aims to Simplify XML: Clear Methods says XML programming must be simplified, so it created Water, a general-purpose language that can replace the many languages programmers need to master to produce Web services. [CNET News.com]
  • Startup Unveils New Web-Services Language: Startup called Clear Methods has produced Water XML programming language, and a run-time environment for its code, called Steam Engine, being offered as part of 'pure Web-services platform.' [InformationWeek]
  • Water Code: For practicing developers: event announcements (user `group` meetings, workshops, conferences), book link.
  • Water Language Conference 1.0: First such event, one page announcement of place (MIT), time. To become full website.
  • Water: Simplified Web Services and XML Programming: By Mike Plusch; John Wiley & Sons, 2002, ISBN 0764525360. In-depth introductory guide, hands-on tutorials, over 1,000 examples include source code, output; organized in 6 parts; author is Water co-creator. [Amazon.com]
  • XML Sucks: Two-year-old Massachusetts start-up Clear Methods Inc. says Web services are having trouble getting off the ground due to XML, one of the keys web services are supposed to be based on. With forum comments. [Linux Business Week]
  • XML: Add Water, get Steam?: Agencies that move to Web services and XML with no thorough understanding are building a house of cards. The Steam run-time engine and Water radically simplify XML; its core statements fit on 3 pages. [Government Computer News]
  • Yahoo Groups: Water Language: Mail list archive.

 

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