SOA Talk:

February, 2012

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February 21, 2012  7:57 PM

The Big Dig and difficult software

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

Software is magic - sometimes it’s magic out of control. Bad software projects, SOA or otherwise, need good analogies. So, we talk about The Long March, The Project from Hell and so on. A recent conversation adds a new analogy to the canon:

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February 14, 2012  3:56 PM

When business processes meet software services

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

When driving school instructors go to action films like “Fast and Furious” you can bet their impression differs from that of would-be race drivers in the same audience. “They should fasten their seatbelts,’’ says one. “Vroom-vroom,” says the other. That split...


February 3, 2012  8:50 PM

Mobile middleware platform uses open source ESB and BAM

James Denman James Denman Profile: James Denman

Transport for London, the transportation authority for England's capital city, recently revamped their rider information services with an open source middleware platform. Application...


February 3, 2012  8:10 PM

IBM buys in to mobile middleware, acquires Worklight

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

The drive to 'develop once and deploy everywhere' has become more acute as small and big enterprise IT shops have needed to support a wide array of mobile devices. This has led to the appearance of mobile middleware that acts as a moderating stage between the enterprise backend and the mobile...


February 2, 2012  9:41 PM

The year of WebOS and open source?

Jack Vaughan Jack Vaughan Profile: Jack Vaughan

HP recently followed up its December plan to release its WebOS mobile platform and development tools with a proposed timeline.  The company also recently released Enyo 2.0, the webOS developer’s tool that enables users to distribute their Enyo-based webOS applications across...


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