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Robert Daigneau: Service Design Patterns & Solutions

This month, we've got Robert Daigneau joining us to talk about Service Design Patterns.  Robert's new book, "Service Design Patterns", is part of the Martin Fowler Signature Series by Addison-Wesley.  

Talk Title: Service Design Patterns

Talk Abstract:

Web services have been put into practical use for many years. In this time developers and architects have been confronted with a long list of questions:

How can services be designed to support the continuing evolution of business logic without forcing clients to constantly upgrade?

Rob Daigneau will help you begin to answer these questions by providing an overview of his book on Service Design Patterns released by Addison Wesley on the Martin Fowler Signature Series (re: ttp:// ). These patterns may be used to create web services that leverage SOAP/ WSDL or follow the REST architectural style. For more information see


Bio: Rob Daigneau has more than 20 years’ experience designing and implementing applications and products for a broad array of industries from financial services, to manufacturing, to retail and travel. Rob has served in such prominent positions as Director of Architecture for and Manager of Application Development at Fidelity Investments. He is currently the Director of Application Development at BlueMetal Architects (re: ). 


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  • Tim B.

    Gave a deep look into part of his book. The code was unnecessary he should have given a higher level view of the full scope of patterns rather than diving so deep.

    March 19, 2012

  • Kenneth B.

    The interesting stuff came at the end after a bit too much time spent on generalities and framing.

    March 18, 2012

  • Chris S.

    Great speaker. Great topic.

    March 16, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    This was a great talk - very enlightening.

    March 16, 2012

  • Christopher T.

    very broad ... was hoping for a little more in depth on each of the service types

    March 16, 2012

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