About The Cloud: Quick-Read Suggestions

Subject: About The Cloud: Quick-Read Suggestions
From: Chris Morton <salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2013 06:24:48 -0700

Hi All,

I may have an opportunity to join a pre-IPO startup involved in
enterprise-level cloud computing. My job would entail documenting APIs, one
of the few things I've never done during my 20+ year career as a tech

Looking for something a step beyond "Dummies" books, I'm in need of some
primers and am asking for your suggestions. These could be books or
websites. Given that I need to quickly get ramped up, hopefully there are
some quick-reads available on both topics:

- An executive overview: Enterprise level cloud computing
- Documenting APIs

I'm wanting to avoid propeller-head volumes that might get bogged down in
daunting geekspeak, for that would be beyond my level of comprehension at
this juncture (later=OK).

Thanks for your suggestions.

> Chris
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