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perspectives on open-source and web services

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

plug and play programs

I thought the title was pretty fitting, although still very far-fetched. it does go thru a nice scenario of a real-world use of web services in making a business process more agile and adaptive, so that's the plug-and-play part. but we're not yet to universal plug-and-play where you can instantly hook up into any service you need, as most services will always require at least a bit of custom work to get started. but as the standards used by the services gain widespread use, the work should get easier and easier.


At 2/01/2005 10:35 AM, Blogger Diego Bériot said...

Very interesting! Kisses from Madrid.
Diego Bériot


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