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Re: If I were Microsoft's Marketing God
Author: Steven Livingstone Posted: 9/19/1999; 1:53:54 PM Topic: If I were Microsoft's Marketing God Msg #: 11278 (In response to 11264) Prev/Next: 11277 / 11279
>"It will be message-oriented and loosely coupled, with services >connected by XML-based messages and contracts written in many >languages."
I think we have to remember that the article was wriiten by some journalist. The above sentence by Paul Maritz only lacks the end part "...and operating systems.".
I think MS Marketing go a bit nuts sometimes trying to define everything as "Microsoft" and annoy a few people - thing is, is that not what marketing is anyway? I know in places I worked in they were always on PRP money.
I think its a brave move with SOAP. They own so much of the market for PC's that it makes you wonder why they are bothering. I exepect they realise that with XML, it is going to happen and I suppose they want to be right at the center of it.
The thing I like is that they worked with Dave on this, taking into consideration the fact hat an RPC method was already here. Unusual I have to say from Microsoft (or anybosy else for trhat matter). Wouldn't it be cool if everybody just worked together like this instead of inventing new and competitive specs?
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- Re: If I were Microsoft's Marketing God, Dave Winer, 9/19/1999; 2:06:47 PM
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