The Wolfram Alpha .NET Library developed by Mathy Lorenzen can access the Wolfram Alpha specific operations of the API such as built-in data, algorithms, and methods. The main goal of Wolfram Alpha is to make the world's knowledge computable. With this in mind, users can discover an array of topics useful for research, business, and academia just to mention a few. Because developers will work on dynamic calculations, .NET language offers the possibilities to create projects related to accounting, supply management, and integration with Internet partners once they interact with the API computational features.
WS-REST.org has announced that it will host the fifth edition of the International Workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design at the 23rd International World Wide Web Conference this April in Seoul, South Korea. The first workshop was held in 2010. As APIs have continued to drive innovation in the connected world, the workshop has continued to refine its scope of study, broaden its expectations and increase interest. As the organizers begin to develop this years agenda, PW caught up with Carlos Pedrinaci, a research fellow at The Open University, UK, and one of the event organizers.