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   sense on XML from MS

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I don't normally quote Microsoft architects, nor do I often find
InfoWorld that exciting lately, but there's an article there that's
really got me thinking:

Just a few choice bits:
He also encouraged attendees to consider when building Web services 
whether to program to an object-centric or XML-centric model. One
pitfall to look out for in the object-centric path is how to obtain
extensibility when you are programming at a high level, he said....

The primary skill a workforce needs is a deep understanding of XML,
particularly name spaces and versioning.

"The big thing we had to deal with [at Microsoft] was learning and
embracing XML," Lucovsky said. "XML is more difficult than people

It echoes a lot of what we say here, I guess, but it makes some points
that aren't very often heard in the latest wave of Web Services hype.

Simon St.Laurent
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!


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