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Video Killed the Radio Star and Cloud Computing Wi

JavaGenosse (1174861) writes | more than 3 years ago

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JavaGenosse (1174861) writes "Basic programming model will not work for cloud computing."
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The fundamental model for writing applications (1)

JavaGenosse (1174861) | more than 3 years ago | (#35725404)

This is what articles says: The fundamental model for writing applications has not changed in 40 years. The core model is: 1) A library of useful APIs. 2) A programming language for writing applications that compose an application from the APIs and add some additional functions. There have been some changes: 1) Higher layer abstractions like BPEL or RDBMs queries. 2) More flexible “linking,” e.g. Web services. 3) Improved languages and frameworks, e.g. Spring. Unfortunately, evolving the basic programming model will not work for cloud computing.
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