In defense of SOA standards bodies

January 26, 2009
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Duane Nickull, who is very active in the SOA and Web services standards space, was incensed by an anonymous blog posting that savages the efforts of standards bodies, and has published a rebuttal defending the work of these groups. Since the offending post was anonymous and has the look and smell of an aggregator site, I […]



Duane Nickull, who is very active in the SOA and Web services standards space, was incensed by an anonymous blog posting that savages the efforts of standards bodies, and has published a rebuttal defending the work of these groups.
Since the offending post was anonymous and has the look and smell of an aggregator site, I […]





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