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Tuesday, December 12, 2006
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The SOA Reference Model (SOA-RM) was approved as an OASIS Standard on October 23, 2006.  Currently we are working on the SOA Reference Architecture (SOA-RA), and today was the first of three days of Face 2 Face Meetings for the RA work. Long and interesting day with a group of smart people.

I have traditionally had to be concrete and implementation focused (Make the rubber meet the road and not the sky!), so one of the challenges that I have as part of the process of working on the SOA-RA is in trying to distill my experience and lessons into something that can contribute to a body of work that exists at a higher level of abstraction, and applies to a wide range of implementations.

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