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Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> I think you are overanalyzing the issue. The fact is that developers using object oriented programming languages like treating distributed applications as distributed object applications.
Yes <sigh> today's developers want everything to be objects. The list of
useful entities that are not objects is quite long - XML, relational
tables and records, higher-order functions, patterns, messages, etc. -
but developers will have none of these unless they can see them through
OOP-colored glasses, no matter how horribly awkward or inefficient the
> This is the primary reason for all the interop woes with regards to SOAP/XSD/WSDL.
Thank heavens. ;-}
> Then again I have to work with a bunch of these web developer types these days so I now see their perspectives a lot better.