Tom Hughes-Croucher


Tom Hughes-Croucher has been working in the Internet industry since he has been working. He has contributed to a number of standards on Web technology for standards bodies such as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the British Standards Institute (BSI). More recently he worked in the Digital Music business providing digital music solutions to well known UK brands like Tesco, Three telecom and Channel 4. Tom now works for Yahoo! as a technical evangelist. He promotes open source and Yahoo! technology to the world.

Proposals for this user

* Using YQL to make Web Services hurt less OR "select * from internet"

Do away with the pain of authentication schemes, do away with learning the foibles of multiple Web services, "select * from internet". Yahoo! Query Language (YQL) allows you to query Web services using familiar SQL-like sytnax. Not just ours though, you can query any web service using YQL, we should have called it Your Query Language.
Cooking 2009-04-10 23:10:43 +0000
Tom Hughes-Croucher

* Why getting people talking will help your project

There are millions of open source projects and all of them need contributors. People are what make projects successful. So what is the thing that will get more people interested in your project? In technology companies they call it “evangelism”. Evangelism is the art of taking that love and passion for technology and using it to enthuse other people.
Culture 2009-04-10 18:28:24 +0000
Tom Hughes-Croucher