SOA Talk:

October, 2010


October 27, 2010  6:29 PM

Pittsburgh hospital room gets the SmartRoom treatment

Posted by: Kkriz
IBM, SmartRoom, UPMC

By Kathleen Kriz and Jack Vaughan

The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center recently updated a medical care workflow system to help medical staff prioritize tasks to more effectively care for patients. This is part of an on-going effort to implement...

October 26, 2010  12:23 AM

Apple deprecates Java support for Mac OS

Posted by: James Denman
Java, Mobile device development

By James Denman Last week Apple disclosed that the company would deprecate Java support as of

October 25, 2010  6:38 PM

Do devices mean changes in the architecture of SOA?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Mobile device development, SOA development recently ran a three-part interview with Tom Nolle, an industry veteran who has of late directed much attention at next-generation network services...

October 21, 2010  6:06 PM

Fsharp language: Be functional or be square

Posted by: Jack Vaughan

Languages are more the province of our sister site, but once and a while, languages do come up. One we hadn't heard of in a while is F#, which is part of the .NET platform. It came up in discussion of technology trends with Nick...

October 18, 2010  8:57 PM

Light-weight apps and the LightSwitch development kit

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
.NET, SOA development

Enterprise-scale applications – by that we mean big banger ''let's-change-the-way-we-do-things-around-here'' enterprise applications – are what we want to do, right? Of course. It is in human nature to want to make a strong impact.

October 14, 2010  9:34 PM

Oracle middleware moves take back seat to hardware efforts

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Oracle, SOA

Driven by necessity, Oracle has become a more impressive middleware company in recent years. The middleware buildup is somewhat obscured for now by its hardware ambitions.

October 11, 2010  8:25 PM

Mobile apps and cloud computing may be the drivers for IT in coming years

Posted by: James Denman

IBM developerWorks' latest survey shows that IT professionals expect mobile and cloud computing to be the two major forces in application...

October 6, 2010  4:19 PM

SOA sensibility

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA, web applications

Opinion - The clatter and chatter of the daily slog will tend to obscure underlying trends that eventually become quite vivid. Let's face it, one of SOA's big drivers was the industry wide push to Webify applications. That has no sign of slowing down! Other drivers are the seemingly unrelated...


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