Blog Posts by Yahoo Web Services Blog

  • Coming to ETech? We will be there…

    First off, everyone on the Web Services Team is impressed by the href="">excitement
    and participation our launch (was it really just one week ago?) has
    generated so far. If the activity on href="">the Wiki and our href="">previous
    blog post are any example, we really struck a nerve.

    If you're going to be at href="">Emerging Technologies
    Conference next week in San Diego, please drop by the Yahoo! booth
    to say hi or introduce yourself to one of the Yahoos in

    Flake, the head of Yahoo
    Research Labs
    , will giving a " href="">from
    the labs" talk to show off some of the cool stuff they've been
    working around. And I'll be giving an "

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  • Welcome to YSDN

    The Yahoo! Search Developer Network is the place to find everything you need to develop applications that use our search web services. This includes documentation, FAQs, public mailing lists, weblog, a Wiki, and a BSD licensed SDK to help get you started.
    We'll be using this weblog to post YSDN updates, highlight interesting applications we hear about, and so on. If you'd like to send us feedback or suggest a topic for a weblog post, feel free to e-mail us.
    In the meantime, get yourself an App ID, check out the documentation, and grab a copy of the SDK to get started coding.
    If you end up building something cool, post a description and a link to your website in the wiki.
    See also: The announcement on the Yahoo! Search blog
    Paul Bausch, author of the forthcoming Yahoo Hacks book, has posted a good introduction on the O'Reilly Network: Yahoo! Web Services
    Jeremy Zawodny
    Yahoo! Search Web Services Team

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