You’ve probably already heard about Service Oriented Architecture but have you ever figured out how to build a service oriented UI? How do you mix a bunch of well known design patterns together and rapidly build a font end for your great SOA design? Furthermore, How would you build a font end today while maintaining a migration path for tomorrow?
Microsoft Acropolis, Composite UI & Smart Client Software Factory are some of the technologies which are used to leverage the known benefits of SOA in building truly loosely coupled desktop applications which are highly maintainable, supports agile development, code reuse and much more.
During my session of "Building Service Oriented UI Using Smart Client Software Factory & Acropolis" session of Microsoft SOA & Business Process Conference ( October 29th through November 2nd, 2007 at the Microsoft Conference Center on the Microsoft Campus in Redmond) I'll introduce what SOUI is all about plus showing evidences from real working projects and coding step by step a working Service Oriented UI example.
If you are planning to come to the conference leave me a note and we might gather for a drink or two 🙂