Copenhagen Programming Language Seminar
Increasingly, software is being built as loosely-coupled collections of distributed components interacting over the internet, glued together by systems software such as databases, messaging systems, web servers, and browsers. Moreover, many such applications are also "inter-organizational", combining components written in and running in
distinct administrative domains. While the trend toward internetworked applications is inexorable, the programming models we are using to build such applications were largely designed for monolithic, freestanding applications.
Fritz Henglein. Administrative host:
Camilla Torp-smith. All are welcome.
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