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Ron Schmelzer of ZapThink recently wrote an article on WOA (web oriented architecture), saying that we should really think of WOA as a subset of SOA, and that maybe it should be called "Web...
If you were listening to the webinar I gave a few days ago, you probably remember the phone system going haywire with feedback (don't worry, if you listen to the recording we're posting, this will have been edited out).
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Tony Baer reported a recent IBM event where Steve Mills talked about how the next stage for SOA was to add ACID reliability and fault tolerance to it. Am I the only one that doesn't understand this?
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I read an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal today. It was on a topic totally unrelated to SOA, but carried an important message hidden within it: Power is shifting to the users and away...
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