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Re: MS thinks HTTP Needs Replacing???

Re:  MS thinks HTTP Needs Replacing???
Mike Champion wrote:

> 2/26/2002 3:01:31 PM, "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...> wrote:
>>I've  got serious guys here who say tightly coupled 
>>web services are the way to go.  
> I'd be awfully curious to know the reasoning behind that.
> I thought that "tight coupling" was a famous design 
> anti-pattern, more or less antithetical to "modularity."
> Web services would seem to be that LAST place one
> would want to use tight coupling . 
Perhaps they're confusing "tightly coupled" with "strongly typed" - similar sound, almost oppposite meaning?

Don't you hate it when useful terms suffer semantic rot... [OT - I've 
just been reading a 1956 detective story where the hero remembers 
"experimentally making love" to another student, and I'm honestly 
baffled - just when did that phrase start referring to sexual rather 
than social intercourse?]




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