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  • Re: Mark on Microservices

    Mark, Let me comment this phrase:>>applications must have some entry point for clients and whereas we may assume that there's intelligence in the client that's

    m3poulin 4 days ago
  • Re: [EXT] [service-orientated-architecture] Microservices Architectu

    Hi David,  SOA is steadily working its way in business and tries to keep its sttements and steps consistent and accurate (in contrast to calling any new buss

    m3poulin 4 days ago
  • Re: Microservices Architecture

    Mark,Following the line of your thoughts, I can say that there is a third category of people who believes that microservices may be useful, but they are not

    m3poulin 4 days ago
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