First published on July 14 2005 and tagged IT .
I’ve been working as an architect/senior developer/build manager on a big j2ee soa project, and Martin Fowler phrased the bad feeling I have about SOA.
As Martin Folwer said: " I think SOA has turned into a semantics-free concept that can join `components' and `architecture'. It’s beyond saving - so the concrete ideas that do have some substance need to get an independent life. "
That’s why I’m helping the team to focus and stick to Object orientation, good common sense and openness, because there’s far less Object Ambiguity than the there is Service Oriented Ambiguity.