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Intro de um artigo da ZDNet (David Berling):

For almost two years, IBM and Microsoft have been rushing the development of numerous Web services specifications while practically renouncing the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as the venue through which to seek standards ratification. WS-Messaging, originally part of an IBM/Microsoft/BEA/Tibco-led Web services specification that was never submitted to the W3C, was in technical conflict with a Oracle-Sun initiative known as WS-Reliability. However, Microsoft's and Sun's recently announced collaboration, coupled with a multi-lateral recognition that lack of industry-wide consensus would continue to scare customers away from deploying Web services, appears to have finally inspired vendors to acknowledge the value of the W3C's imprimatur. IBM, Microsoft, Sun and others this week jointly submitted the WS-Addressing specification to the W3C. Proving how technical differences can miraculously be vanquished by an important business relationship (the Microsoft/Sun partnership), Sun's head of Web services marketing Ed Julson said, "In looking at this a little closer, it became clear to us there's a little more maturity in the WS-Addressing." Isn't it strange that Sun didn't notice this before?

Infelizmente a velocidade de maturação na nossa área é muito lenta, inversamente proporcional ao ritmo das inovações. Pastamos hj com SQL, Unix, LDAP e outras coisas que deveriam ser "padrões"!! Será que aprendemos? Então pq a MS tá querendo mexer na UML?

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