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    With the OpenEdge Advanced GUI right around the corner (well, coming soon anyway), I thought that it was appropriate to start a discussion on one of those four application pillars - Features.  As you may recall, I defined features as those characteristics of the software that aid in usability...

    October 11, 2007
  • The SOA Governance Flash Point

    Lucky for you, I'm not talking about how SOA Governance has become all the rage, how it's the best thing since sliced bread, how everything you used to do was wrong but SOA governance is oh so right, blah blah blah.  I'm going to talk about a different flashpoint - one that everyone implementing SOA...
    October 10, 2007
  • The .NET Framework catches a case of openness

    The .NET Framework has developed with uncharacteristic malaise; likely diagnosis: it has come down with a surprising and puzzling case of...

    October 09, 2007
  • SOA Governance: Carrot or stick?

    "Back when I was on the Architecture Committee, the developers never listened to me.  But, now that I'm Enterprise Architect, I'll show them.  I'll put in so many governance policies that they won't know what hit them.  And there's nothing they can do about it -...

    October 09, 2007
  • JLINQ renamed to PureQuery.....looks like it!

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    So several people in the blogosphere were not completely satisfied with IBM's new tool that was called JLINQ especially because it wasn't really LINQ at all. I was planning on going back and taking another...
    October 08, 2007
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