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Re: [DotGNU]Re: [arch-users] In defense of (the idea of) having an XML-R

From: Bradley Junk
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Re: [arch-users] In defense of (the idea of) having an XML-RPC api
Date: Tue, 05 Aug 2003 11:21:14 -0400
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Norbert Bollow wrote:

It is my considered opinion that webservice vendors which sell such
"lock-in webservice services" will not be able to compete successfully
with vendors of DotGNU webservices.  (I believe that most buyers of IT
services are wise enough to understand that lock-in situations are not
in their best interest).

Are these the same IT people that throw out design to shorten the development cycle? Are these the same IT people who throw out code reviews because they don't create code and the appearance of progress? And lets not get into QA.

I guess I'd like to believe people are smarter. Unfortunately if someone comes up with something that appears to impact the bottom line, they'll often take that approach over keeping with standards. I so wish companies would take a longer visions when it comes to software.


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