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The question becomes: Is it feasible to arrange the primary elements of an area such as enterprise integration in a way that encourages the development of beneficial applications that the enterprise architects never dreamed of? I first discuss some of the problems that such systems face, and then explain the core primitives that Erlang provides for dealing with them.
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Erlang is getting a lot of attention these days, not only because of its concurrency capabilities, but also because the robustness and reliability of the systems it can help produce. I was too busy with a job change to write for that issue — sorry about that! Writing Ruby extensions is relatively easy, but still requires good design and proper layering to get it right.
Ruby is a great language, and Schmidt provides a broad, balanced, and compelling picture of how it can be successfully applied to enterprise integration projects. I also explain why I believe this is changing.
I conclude the column with a look at alternatives to RPC-style programming. In addition, I conclude this column with a quick look into some middleware-related weblogs.
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This topic gets a lot of attention today because those working with Web Services are just now discovering how thorny some middleware mapping problems can get. I explain why I think performance receives more focus than it often deserves, and discuss other middleware characteristics that often deserve as much or more attention and focus. As more and more people move toward service-oriented architectures, they find out just how important — in fact, critical — discovery is for any flexible middleware deployment, where avoiding hard-wired point-to-point connections is key.
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However, this dark matter heavily influences all of middleware, and is a large part of the drive behind Web Services. Some like to promote the direct exposure of low-level software assets directly as web services, but I explain why that approach, while sometimes useful, generally causes problems because of inappropriate levels of abstraction. Middleware is basically everywhere, and I discuss the various forces that have shaped it, along with where it seems to be going. A relevant video is available.
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The article described our QuadSearch metasearch engine. An article comparing the performance of Quadsearch, Dogpile, Mamma. Slides are available. Which machine learning paradigm for fake news detection?
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