What I Think About Service Oriented Architecture

This term has been repeated said when I was in college. Back then I had an ideal point of view that everything should be integrated as one. Why? Because it would be a great and massive where the subsystems could easily talk or communicate each other. Compared to the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), it was a nightmare to me. You develop the system part by part and you make them communicate with a web service, SOAP was the popular way of doing it. You can imagine the effort that you need to give to build that kind of application? I said no to SOA, until recently. Continue reading “What I Think About Service Oriented Architecture”