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On July 21st at 10am (ET) John Wilmes, our Chief Technical Architect for the Communications sector, will be speaking along with John Reilly, the TM Forum’s Senior Program Manager for the Information Framework, on the Information Framework (SID).
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...
A busy day in the rapidly converging SOA and Cloud worlds. Oracle talks about plans for the cloud, retracting from the skepticism expressed some months back. Intuit...
I made a comment the other day on the EBizQ Cloud Camp panel that was off-the-cuff (meaning, I hadn’t prepared to say something like this, in fact, it kinda just rolled out of my brain on the spot).
It had to do with the difference between...
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