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Re: What Everyone Needs to Know About SOA
Posted by Curt Finch on 2007-01-13 16:21:01
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The first computers were programmed by electrical engineers moving jumper cables around in the back of a giant mainframe. This is how the concept of a "bug" in software got started. A bug crawled into some of these wires, shorted a couple of them, and changed the logic of a program. In addition to the insect problem, reusability of this kind of software left much to be desired, as you might imagine. Later, binary, octal and hex programming and, after that, assembly language, appeared. These were huge improvements over moving wires around.





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Re: What Everyone Needs to Know About SOA  Curt Finch  2007-01-13 16:21:01
Re: What Everyone Needs to Know About SOA  GB  2007-01-26 11:02:01
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