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Developing LEGO® bricks and SOA components

August 13, 2012 No Comments

These days the Lego company is celebrating 80 years in business. The celebration includes a Youtube video telling The LEGO® Story.

As I was born close to the Lego home in Billund, Denmark, I also remember having a considerable amount of Lego bricks to play with as a child in the 60’s.

In computer software the use of Lego bricks is often used as a metaphor for building systems with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) components as discussed for example in this article called Can SOA and architecture really be described with ‘Lego blocks’?

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