Letter: Krieger is leading the charge for SOA

Regarding “Krieger preaches SOA gospel”: Michael Krieger is effectively leading the charge of service-oriented architecture implementation. Having heard him speak at several events, it's clear that he is a cheerleader who can bring a crowd around and get buy-in on a concept that most haven't considered.  

I face the exact hurdles he describes in convincing leadership that we need to move to a new environment of sharing and collaboration. I hope that his work in raising awareness and promoting implementations will continue into the next administration.  

John Schrader
Army



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