Category Archives: SOA.Class.War

Thomas Erl, 5th International SOA, Cloud + Service Technology Symposium

As the program committee chair, I am pleased to finally announce the 2012 edition of the Symposium, officially titled the “5th International SOA, Cloud + Service Technology Symposium”. This year’s conference is being held in downtown London on September 24-25. With the change in the conference title comes a new official Website ( ) […]

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Occupy Wall Street Links

Editor’s Note: Apparently, if firms systematically disallow Say on Pay this is what you get: Occupy Wall Street | NYC Protest for American Revolution # # # #!/search/%23occupywallstreet # # # # More than 700 arrested in Wall Street protest # # # # Occupy Wall Street’s Media Problems # # […]

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Ken Rubin on Practical Guide to SOA in Healthcare

From SOA Consortium The Practical Guide to SOA in Healthcare, an output of the Healthcare Services Specification Project (HSSP), is a collaborative work of the OMG Healthcare Task Force & Health Level 7 (HL7). The goal of HSSP is to develop SOA specifications for health, specifically defining healthcare business services to enable interoperability between organizations […]

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Thomas Erl Sends a Pointer to the Public SOA Design Patterns Review

<ed.note>Thomas writes: Just wanted to let you know that a galley of the new soa design patterns book is being sent out to you. The design patterns are also published at as part of an public, industry-wide review. Please refer any of your colleagues to this site that may also be interested in participating. […]

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Demand Distributed Homeshoring First [ Update ]

<ed.note>Birmingham, AL and Oklahoma City, OK rate well among the Top 50 Emerging Outsourcing Cities. Indian Tutors Teach U.S. Kids Math over the Internet. Jim Ware and Charlie Grantham size up distributed work in the future of work. Older Post: Anthony O’Donnell, of Insurance & Technology, blogs on "Offsite But Not Offshore: Promoting a Domestic […]

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Index of Thomas Erl’s “SOA: Principles of Service Design,”

Publisher: Prentice Hall Pub Date: July 18, 2007 Print ISBN-10: 0-13-234482-3 Print ISBN-13: 978-0-13-234482-1 Copyright Praise for This Book Service-Oriented Computing Series Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Introduction Section 1.1. Objectives of this Book Section 1.2. Who this Book Is For Section 1.3. What this Book Does Not Cover Section 1.4. How this Book Is Organized […]

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15th Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference, July 23-25, Austin, TX

Agenda here.

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The Era of the Inclusive Leader

By Chuck Lucier, Steven Wheeler, and Rolf Habbel, strategy+business As turnover levels off, our annual CEO succession study shows chief executives and their boards adopting new survival strategies. Welcome to the era of the inclusive chief executive officer — a very different species from the “imperial” CEOs who roamed the corporate landscape not so long […]

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Gartner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit, Nashville, TN Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, 11-13 June 2007

Agenda here.

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This One’s For You, Mr. Anderson!

<ed.note>Dana points me to Howard’s article where he writes "Open source is not a movement; it’s a religion" — to which I return with the intellectually pleasing: "So! — and unbridled capitalism isn’t a religion? Isn’t there something about Mammon worship in the holy writings somewhere?" In reality, Howard is anxious because publishing is being […]

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