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Do We Really Need Service Descriptions? by Boris Lublinsky Posted on Oct 20, 2010 4 How Relevant Is Contract First Development Using Angle Brackets? by Dilip Krishnan Posted on Jul 09, 2009 2 REST – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Boris Lublinsky Posted on May 20, 2009 12
Interview: Ian Robinson discusses REST, WS-* and Implementing an SOA by Ryan Slobojan Posted on Feb 18, 2009 1 Enterprise Web Conf: WOI, REST, and Mashups in New York Oct 28 & London Oct 30 by Floyd Marinescu Posted on Sep 12, 2008 Quest for True SOA by Boris Lublinsky Posted on Sep 11, 2008 1
Interview: Gregor Hohpe on Conversation Patterns and Cloud Computing by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Aug 11, 2008 1 Article: Ian Robinson on Consumer-driven Contracts by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Jul 28, 2008 2 Interview: CORBA Guru Steve Vinoski on REST, Web Services, and Erlang by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Feb 26, 2008
Interview: Sanjiva Weerawarana on Web Services, REST and Open Source SOA Tools by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Jan 30, 2008 1 EviWare Releases v2.0 of soapUI, a Web Services Test Suite by Jean-Jacques Dubray Posted on Dec 18, 2007 InfoQ Minibook: Composite Software Construction by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Nov 26, 2007
Presentation: Scott Davis on Real World Web Services by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Aug 30, 2007 5 Interview: Jim Webber on "Guerilla SOA" by Stefan Tilkov Posted on Aug 24, 2007 5 W3C Publishes an Update to Guide to Versioning XML Schema 1.1 by Jean-Jacques Dubray Posted on Aug 21, 2007
WSDL 2.0 approved as an official W3C Recommendation by Hartmut Wilms Posted on Jul 01, 2007 3 Debate: Does REST Need a Description Language? by Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz Posted on Jun 06, 2007 7 Enunciate: Java code-first, compiled-contract WS deployment framework by James Kao Posted on Apr 03, 2007
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Composite Software Construction Composite Software offers a new level of granularity when compared to SaaS (Software as a Service). Composite Software is about enabling "right-sourcing", i.e. move (or keep) arbitrary small or large elements of functionality wherever it is the most cost effective to operate them, not just entire systems. Economically, "right-sourcing" is far more efficient than "outsourcing" and SaaS.
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