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I was about to enter a meeting yesterday, when a peek into the room showed me everyone dressed “business casual.” Seeing as I was wearing a suit and didn't want to be overdressed, I flipped off my shoes and headed on in.
It wasn't long before someone commented on my suit....
Joe McKendrick's fairly recent posting pointed me to another installment of Greg the Architect talking about the analyst's "Mystic Grid" on SOA Management. Very funny.
Too bad what Greg the...
Last week's InfoWorld article, SOA meets open b-to-b integration by Brad Shimmin, couldn’t escape my attention for several reasons. Brad makes the observation that ESB offerings seem to...
John Radko of GXS had an interesting blog entry about SOA versus ESB - Conflict or Collaboration where he talks about whether ESB and SOA should always be put together. Since SOA is an...
Or rather, pick on them, but save some energy for others committing the same SOA infrastructure crimes.
A lot of commotion around Microsoft "missing the SOA boat" in the blogosphere over the last couple of days. I find it interesting on a number of levels.
Why only pick on...
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