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Service Station: Contract-First Service Development

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In one of my previous columns on Service Orientation (SO), I introduced the concept of "contract-first" service development (see Service Station: SOA: More Integration, Less Renovation). Over the next two installments of this column, I'm going to cover the topic in depth.

Aaron Skonnard

MSDN Magazine May 2005




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