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I'd Rather Be Coding Jay Glynn thinking out loud. June 2005 Entries
The message from TechEd
Without question the message from TechEd this year was services. How to migrate services, how to make services, how to use data in services etc etc etc. However, a comment was made in the BOF session I hosted that has me thinking. The question came up that since his organization is trying to move to service based architecture, he has found that the design of the application is changing. Instead of having a nice pluimp object model, he said he now is just pumping messages around. His problem was that ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 14, 2005 4:09 AM

Pragmatic Architecture BOF
I hosted the Pragmatic Architecture BOF session last night and it turned out to be a really great session. There was some great discussion about when and if SOA is the correct answer, how to deal with upper management on determining the right way to implement and architecture and how does an architect stay current on the technologies. It was satisfying for me to know that others are struggling wioth the same questions that we are regarding the "right thing" to do.

Posted On Thursday, June 9, 2005 1:44 PM

I read in SD Times today that OASIS is going to define SOA for us. From the article: Just what is and what is not part of a service-oriented architecture is the subject of the latest work the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) is pursuing Another quote: Writing a specialization of SOA for electronic business was going to get difficult because a generalized definition of SOA didn’t exist They are comparing this process to describing the parts of a car. ......

Posted On Thursday, June 2, 2005 3:21 AM

I'll be working the in the Community Lounge at the Author/Publishers booth. As of now I'll be there Mon during lunch, most of the day on Wed and for a couple of hours on Thurs. I'll also be hosting the Pragmatic Architecture BOF session on Wed night BOF041 in Cabana 2. One other note, the Professional C# 2005 book is getting close. I'm working on the final edits of the Winforms and XML chapters now. It's really tough only having 1 chapter for the Winforms in the book. So many topics to discuss, so ......

Posted On Thursday, June 2, 2005 3:10 AM

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