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Feb

Architectural innovation in enterprises

We spend too much on software systems in this country. We spend too much because people like me tell our clients that they can have whatever they want. And that's the problem with software engineering - we really can 'build' anything we wish, constrained only by the time we're prepared to spend and the corresponding dollar figure attached. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  11 February 2008

Oslo, Service Modeling Language, Service Oriented Architecture


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11

Dec

Some thoughts on Oslo

The concept of modelling software in an abstract manner to ease the process of creating the real thing has been around for a while. And in all that time it’s never really taken off in the mainstream. So it’s pretty exciting to hear Microsoft has decided to give it a go – Microsoft has always been clever when it comes to examining the landscape, taking out the best bits, and building something that stands out from the rest. Let’s hope they learn the lessons of others and produce something that’s really different. ... read full post

Posted by:  Andrew Tokeley ,  |  11 December 2008

Oslo, Service Oriented Architecture, UML


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26

Sep

Debunking the analysts on Microsoft SOA strategy

Service Oriented Architecture: everyone is still talking about it. Recently there was a bit of a blog-o-thread happening among a bunch of US analysts about Microsoft’s SOA strategy. I refer in particular to articles by Lorraine Lawson at IT Business Edge and Dana Gardner at ZDNet . ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  26 September 2007

Service Oriented Architecture


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