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There is a great article on MSDN about building distributed applications in .NET. It's a six parter, mainly focused on using a service-oriented architecture. It is definitely not light reading, especially considering it is around 228 printed pages long. From what I can tell, it goes into great detail when dealing with the architecture of the system. The article even covers issues with legacy systems and application maintenance/deployment.

I will try to post a little better review of the article once I actually am able to read it. I imagine that 228 pages dealing with architecture might take a while to get through. I believe from the development methodology used, it is much more “traditional” (i.e. not XP). However, for any XP developers out there, I think this article is still a must read. Perhaps I am going to rub some developers the wrong way here, but I believe that in order to be a successful XP developer you need to have a solid understanding of architecture as a whole, along with refactoring and design patterns.

Posted on Wednesday, November 12, 2003 1:29 PM | Back to top


Comments on this post: Service-Oriented Architecture + MSDN Article

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Hello,
can you tell which is this article abt Service-Oriented Architecture?

If possible give the link.
Thanks
Left by AJP on Sep 24, 2004 3:00 AM

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it must really be a great article ?! even best one when imagining
Left by tusan on Jul 25, 2008 9:18 AM

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I think link is here.. ok :)

"building distributed applications"
Left by tusan on Jul 25, 2008 9:24 AM

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