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>> I don't think I know anyone who documents web
>> services. And the ones that I have used don't
>> really require much more doc than telling me what
>> the return values are. Maybe there is more
>> to it than I think....
>You're absolutely right; docs for web service APIs
>usually don't do much more than tell you what the
>return values are.
For every web, there's a frontend and a backend. Why is the backend being
overlooked? ...or am I misunderstanding a special meaning in "web
I work for a web. We have a HUGE backend. That's where the opportunities
are....in general, not with us...we're in a hiring freeze.
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