The newest approach is far different. The newest approach assumes that there's
a back-end platform, not just in the form of an operating system, browser or
software like e-commerce, but actual stuff -- servers, storage and even customers!
This is the pitch Google, eBay and Amazon are making
to corporate developers. They want corporate developers to build apps that
tap into the Google/Amazon/eBay cloud, services and infrastructure. Sounds like
a pretty cool head start.
Posted by Doug Barney on January 14, 2008 at 11:52 AM
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