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The SOA blog with observations and commentary for software architects, developers and application development managers.

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  • Web vs. native: The debate rages on

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 28 Oct 2016
  • Web vs. native may be one of the biggest debates in the software development community. From a cost perspective alone, it seems like web will always win, but there are a lot of factors to consider ...

  • When BPM and the government collide

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 25 Oct 2016
  • There’s plenty of evidence that BPM technology and government agencies are getting along better than ever.  This article from Government Technology talks about some of the ways the governments can ...

  • Should we say hello to DBPM?

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 18 Oct 2016
  • If there's one thing the business tech community is fond of, it's adding letters to acronyms. We've seen it with things like iBPM, MBaaS and DevSecOps. It looks like we may have a new one in our ...

  • What's the pulse on the BPM world?

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 10 Oct 2016
  • Here at SearchSOA, we've got an eye on BPM. And this month, that's our editorial theme. In light of that, here's a look at a few interesting developments in the BPM world that have occurred ...

  • To pair or not to pair (program)

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 30 Sep 2016
  • Is programming in pairs really a desirable alternative to solo work? While arguments seem to lean in favor of pair programming, there are still those who question the value of forcing programmers ...

  • Does Google's new acquisition mean APIs got cooler?

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 09 Sep 2016
  • What should we make of Google's acquisition of API management solution provider Apigee? Is it the forging of a game-changing alliance? Is it a mission of mercy to save a company that, according to ...

  • Things that bug me: The Delta and Southwest crashes

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 01 Sep 2016
  • These days, passengers have to be worried about more than one kind of crash when they travel. Over the past two months we've seen two major airlines, Delta and Southwest, experience huge computer ...

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