Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 22nd May 2006 09:02 UTC
General Development Monolithic software products (those with a multitude of highly coupled components) are often blamed on the use of procedural languages, but it's just as easy to produce overly interdependent classes in object-oriented languages. Stephen B. Morris shows how using the mediator design pattern can help reduce class interdependencies, aid componentization & ultimately help make classes service-oriented.
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by project_2501 on Mon 22nd May 2006 14:09 UTC
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what is "service oriented"? and what was a class before it because service oriented?

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