I think even in the 2.0 ages the business has something 1.x-ish. Maybe I'm wrong. But I think that even Chad Hurley has said not to do he will sell his money-burning-factory when someone comes with enough money.
(Click the image to get it in full size) Richard Monson-Haefels prediction that Java EE 5 is destined for the ash heap of history has lead to a lot of uproar in the blogosphere. But at the end of the day we all geeks have to admit: No one knows.
There are two reasons for this post: 1. I've had no SOA-post yet. 2. The ARCast episode Migrating Legacy Systems to SOA on Channel9. But I don't know if Ohad Israeli has touched the real hard stuff. These old dinosaur-data-silos where no one knows what goes on inside. But nevertheless a good show.
(Addendum: I've chosen the wrong words. I didn't want to say that Ohad has no experience with the hard SOA-legacy-stuff. I just wanted to say that the podcast is not about it. Sorry!)