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Ian Skerrett


I think you are right on here about OSGi. OSGi has been very successful within the Eclipse community and we are seeing a lot of interest in people using it for enterprise applications. It should be an exciting time.

btw, if you want a closer look at OSGi, we are co-locating the OSGi DevCon with EclipseCon, March 17-20 in Santa Clara. We would love to have you attend.



Wow, that SOA article has the most obnoxious ads ever.

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hahaha, i feel you with the ads. i totally despise them myself


OSGi is at the forefront of a movement towards platform agnostic services

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it is. and i am looking forward for it.

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this isn't over and i like it

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this isn't over and i like it

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Good job for writing this brilliant article.

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