Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Google open-sources data exchange language

"Google uses "thousands of different data formats to represent networked messages between servers, index records in repositories, geospatial datasets, and more," wrote Kenton Varda, a member of Google's software engineering team, in a blog post. "Most of these formats are structured, not flat. This raises an important question: How do we encode it all?""

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Let's wait and see how we can use these in our applications .

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