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Men are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, Web Services are From Betelgeuse

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Men are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, Web Services are From Betelgeuse
Having trouble making robust legacy applications talk to hot new Web applications? Trying to manage business transactions with your partners when everyone is running their proprietary software on different platforms? Simple, flexible interoperability is the “holy grail” and happens to be analogous to the challenges we all face when we try to communicate with the opposite sex. Loosely based on the Mars-Venus theme, we will explain the basics, benefits and challenges of creating or migrating to a Web services standard-based Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). We will extend that theme to communication with people from other cultures/languages as an analogy to cross-enterprises B2B Web Services. The Problem Despite sharing a species (homo sapiens), according to Deborah Tannen, men and women could not be more different when it comes to communication and how they view their place in the world. Even early on, young girls tend to view themselves as an individual in a network – all ent...
Denise P. Kalm, Annie W. Shum
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CMG
Authors Denise P. Kalm, Annie W. Shum
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