KDE.news has an interview with Fabrizio Montesi
, one of the developers of the JOLIE language for "service-oriented computing". "Which is what JOLIE is all about - a generic programming language for programming any kind of service or service-oriented architecture, independent of the underlying protocols (JOLIE abstracts the communication away, e.g. D-Bus apps can communicate with a SOAP-based service through JOLIE). And of course, this is incredibly easy to use. In most other languages you'd find it is very hard to write service-oriented code, but JOLIE is all about services.
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