Media praise for Web 2.0 Architectures

"This is without doubt the best book I have read on Web 2.0. It actually spells out in detail what is meant by Web 2.0 from both a systems architecture and an applications point of view, in a way that incorporates the user at the outset. Further, unlike some other books in this space that make rather hyperbolic predictions about what Web 2.0 might (or might not) mean for business, this text instead sets out boxed 'entrepreneur alerts' which point out gaps where innovation could occur. This is so useful in providing *meaningful* linkages between technical possibilities and market realities. "
-- Lorraine Warren,

"It is an excellent introduction for those who need to plan and define advanced Web applications, and those who are charged with building them."
-- Michael L. Kleper, The Kleper Report on Digital Publishing

"Web 2.0 Architectures was a fascinating read ..."
-- Nick Jewell, Fleeting Thoughts

"Overall it does a good job of defining the web 2.0 architectural patterns. I would recommend it for someone developing a new concept for a website, though be beware of its narrow scope. "
-- Simon Clarke, CEng MBCS CITP, ITNOW

"This is without doubt the best book I have read on Web 2.0. "
--Lorraine Warren,