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Poll: How much of your logic is in services?

Let us know whether all, some, or none of your non-UI logic is in services by taking this developer poll.

In the last few years, it has become clear to me that the churn in the end-user device space (mobile vs. desktops, mobile fragmentation, Windows "legacy" vs. Windows 8, etc.) has made it necessary to move as much logic as possible to services, so that supporting new or different platforms is as easy as possible. Sadly, it is not always possible or within the timelines to make that move. Few of my projects implement logic in services, and I know it will cause me problems in the long run.

J.Ja

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Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.

1 comments
genehughson
genehughson

Services, where used, are just facades for a message-based business layer. That way I have the option of using physical tiers where appropriate or keeping things on the same hardware where distributed processing is not needed.

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