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Patterns

What is the fundamental premise of messaging, and how is it different from RPC? Essentially, messaging focuses on the concept of loosely coupled, event/information delivery; between one or more producers, and one or more consumers. RPC focuses on the concept of tightly coupled synchronous functional invocation; between a client and a server. What would happen if we applied cajo technology to...
on Jun 19, 2008
Given the enthusiastic feedback to the Take That .NET! blog entry; I thought I might expound a bit upon a small, but highly important bit, at the end of the example. Oftentimes service objects implement a large, rich interface. Other times service objects implement several interfaces, grouping their functionality into distinct logical concerns. Quite often, a client needs only to use a small...
on Dec 7, 2006