Mail Archives - Jessie Mayo
From: Jessie Mayo <email@example.com>
Date: Oct 5, 2006 7:32 PM
While the conference logistics can
be quirky at times the content is top notch. I am speaking at the
Patterns and Practices Summit and SD West this week. Let's have
a closer look at why that is so. Well, a message channel berween
two components is such a level of indirection. My sister would probably
say Cabbage Patch Kids. Hearing this tag line for the third or fourth
time got me wondering, "what really is the difference between coding
and configuring? I started to think about service-oriented architectures
as an architectural style and how it compares to prior styles, such
as distributed component architectures. Here is what I came away
with. Or, they believe distributed solutions cannot be successful
unless they include a distributed transaction model. You want a
language that is alive and actually used by people. These dependencies
make it difficult or impossible to test components outside of their
container, throwing a major monkey wrench into test-driven development
of these types of applications. How complex does my integration
problem have to be to justify use of an EAI suite instead of hand
wiring the solution? Webmasters and consumers may donwload this
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After "loosely coupled", "stateless"
must be a close runner-up as the ultimate nirvana in buzzword-compliant
architectures. So yes, I am still promiscuous when it comes to platforms.
Is this technology ready for prime time? Ultimately one might be
able to share the executable source of the system with the business
users to validate that this is what they wanted. This means we got
to interact with the product team and play with some pre-beta bits.
This year's conference was littered with talk and demos on SOA,
ESB, Web Services, orchestration etc. One opportunity to do that
presented itself at OOP in Munich where Ralf Westphal invited me
to speak on distributed system architectures as part of the . A
better blog system is in place to record your comments and give
you the latest wireless, cell phone, and cell phone deal news on
the net! But it makes me feel better that Ted Neward seems to beat
me in that category, though. Is this technology ready for prime
time? It was interesting to see what academia are working on these
days in the areas of middleware and SOA.
We don't have to go further than
the local coffee shop. At the same time, anyone who has seen my
book must believe me when I say that I am a very visual person.
I was prepared to have a very productive and creatively satisfying.
com is proud to offer the latest is cell phone and PDA news in RSS
and PHP format. Code-named Canary will feature quad-band GSM but
upgrades to EDGE data. It is sort of like Burning Man for techno
geeks. But just as Burning Man has gone pretty high tech fooCampers
started to have more fun by burning things. Invariably, the answer
is "it depends". You want a language that is alive and actually
used by people. Dependency Injection avoids these dependencies and
therefore improves testability. Each of the entry-level to midrange
handsets has a the ability to backup and restore contacts over the
network. Some thoughts on what we should be really looking for.
After "loosely coupled", "stateless" must be a close runner-up as
the ultimate nirvana in buzzword-compliant architectures. The toolkit
is a lot of fun and makes for great demos, but it also triggered
a bigger question.