Anchor for this item  posted Saturday, January 18, 2003 at 11:07 am MST

At c|net news, Paul Festa writes Dancing around Web services, which focuses on this little storm cloud:
"There's this division of labor that's emerging between those who can develop (Web) services and those that can put them together to make an application," said Eric Newcomer, chief technology officer at Iona Technologies and a member of the W3C's Web Services Architecture committee. "Choreography (is) about getting business analysts to put Web services together to build an application."
But questions about the intentions of some high-profile W3C members--Microsoft, IBM and BEA Systems--threaten to derail the possibility of an industrywide standard, said analysts and other observers."
Standards are bullshit. XHTML is a crock. The W3C is irrelevant. yaa yaa yaa ...

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