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> Yes, object oriented is a great example (not to denegrate the
> others either).
But if you apply "object oriented" at the level of IT systems in the large,
I believe that what you end up with is 100% equivalent to a service oriented
Or could someone correct me? If I bumped into a service-oriented IT system
in one bank on one side of the street, and an object-oriented IT system in
another bank on the other side of the street, how would I tell which was
which (other than by the choice of jargon on the Powerpoint slides)?