6/15/2012

Logic Moved as Far Away as Possible

Back in the old days of programming, there was structure code.

Then someone decided to have reusable code.

So they put the logic into a sub-routine.

And if the routine returned a value, it was a function.

And that function was moved to a Class.

And then the Class was moved to a DLL.

And then the DLL was moved to a consolidated server which pooled processes COM+.

And then the COM+ was moved to the web as Web Services transmitted through SOAP.

So we have moved the logic as far away as humanly possible.

But it's still just a function, a snippet of logic that performs a task / routine based on parameters.

Nothing really changed.

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