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In the last few weeks/months I have got more immersed in the world of REST and what it means to build and have a REST application. While at first glance it may seem that REST is a lighter weight version of a web-service implementation, it is by no means the complete answer and I do not believe...
One of the key things I saw in 2008 was the rise of events and eventing through Event Driven Architecture (EDA). While "events" have always existed, they have primarily been used in specific markets such as...
As you have probably read in today's press and blogs, Progress is going to acquire IONA. This is great news and I welcome my new colleagues from IONA. But what does this mean to our combined customers? While I am...
I am eagerly awaiting delivery of my Nintendo Wii Fit so that I can snowboard and ski in the comfort of my living room. The Wii has changed the way that people play electronic games. No longer do I have to contort five of my...
I had the privilege to speak at the IDC Event in Buenos Aries last week on Socially Oriented Architecture and then visit some companies who have or are about to invest in SOA infrastructure...
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