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A SOA architect and evangelist friend of mine from Sweden sent me a link to a commentary on a provocative blog post by Anne Thomas Manes.  While reading these articles, I was reminded of the phrase that caused me much... Read More..
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Recently I participated in a podcast with fellow ebizQ bloggers to make some fearless predictions for BPM in 2007. Making predictions, of course, is a dicey affair. There are only two ways to do it. Either you make a firm... Read More..
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At the beginning of the thirteenth century, the Tatars of the East were a ferocious people. They were very effective at raiding and plundering. Their most remarkable aspect was their speed of execution. They copied Caesar’s ‘Veni, vidi, vici’ mantra,... Read More..
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My fellow eBizQ blogger Beth Gold-Bernstein has been using Alfred Chuang's comment that "BEA is the only unified SOA platform" to spark a conversation about the definition of a complete and unified SOA platform and whether SOA is really a... Read More..
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SOA versus Web 2.0

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Continuing my "SOA versus" theme, I really enjoyed Daryl Plummer's "Web Services At A Crossroads" article in Optimize magazine. In the article Daryl, a Gartner fellow, describes the conflict between the enterprise architects that are using web services as the... Read More..
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