|By David Linthicum||
|April 3, 2008 02:00 PM EDT||
I get these about once a week: an e-mail from a Yahoo or Google e-mail account that talks about issues within a large enterprise that are related to building their first instance of SOA.
The fact is that most of these e-mails are not around proper approaches or the right enabling technology; they are around the people issues. Specifically, the emerging existence of Dumb SOA Guy(s), or what I call DSGs.
|.NET From India 04/03/08 01:02:00 PM EDT|
Trackback Added: DSG!!; Came across a interesting article titled Do You Have a DSG (Dumb SOA Guy) Issue? in the SOA World Magazine. This is something that I come up against regularly, in multiple places. This is always a problem when there is
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