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The guy who made airline-seat TV screens into touch screens.
Yep, there I was as asleep as I could get on my red-eye between JFK and SCL, and all of a sudden I feel someone poking the back of my head. Poke, poke, poke.
As I was counting to ten, in a sleep befuddled daze I played back...
My discussion with Tony Baer at onStrategies the other day, along with Joe McKendrick's discussion with Ron Schmelzer, where Ron said (to paraphrase)...
We have all been there, performing the same task over and over again - this is no different when implementing a SOA. There are many patterns, see www.integrationpatterns.com, that can be implemented plus many techniques to...
I'm on my way to Chile this weekend to speak at an IDC conference on SOA & Business Integration. Anticipating a long, ugly flight (this way, I won't be disappointed), I find myself in a mood to...
There's lots of industry noise about Service-oriented architecture (SOA) and the expected benefits, but in many cases SOA is an implementation of procedural programming that may be implemented in Object Oriented (OO) technologies such as Java or .NET. That said, I cannot really see anything OO in a...
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