Let's all become cavemen

Posted by: Yasser Shohoud, on 11 Nov 2004 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I just came across a statement made by a prominent industry figure about how WS-* is becoming so complex that it is not practical to implement a WS-* architecture with no tool/stack support. Well, what's wrong with relying on tools/stacks Isn't that how humans have made progress That is, a specialized few focus on a complex area and produce a useful package that can be used by others in tackling completely different complexity etc. Does a construction engineer have to understand the inner workings...

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