Archive for PxFAQ

Méfiez-vous des imitations [fr] (posted by Fabien Villard)

Le Praxeme Institute respecte quelques principes forts dans ses travaux et Praxeme est l’expression même de ces principes. Au coeur de notre reflexion est la rigueur. Certains pourront trouver à redire à cette ambition qui peut être perçue comme désuète et old fashion. Ce serait oublier que nos systèmes aujourd’hui sont souvent au point de [...]

PxFAQ: How Can I Contribute? (posted by Fabien Villard)

I remind you all that Praxeme is an Open Initiative and ***needs you***. You can contribute in a number of ways: Take a responsibility in one of the domains Praxeme is lacking material, and either produce material or manage a work-group to produce it. This activity requires to have a rather good understanding of the [...]

PxFAQ – Why are CRUD operations generaly located in Set Business Logical Machines? (posted by Fabien Villard)

Related questions: Why separate Elementary and Set machines/operations? Would it be interesting to add a CRUD Business Logical Machine next to the Elementary and Set ones? It is clear that we are considering things in the Logical Aspect and that no justifications will come from Technical Aspect. First shot CRUD operations are not high level [...]

PxFAQ: What is this strange thing called Logical Aspect? (posted by Fabien Villard)

Related questions: Can we use upstream models directly in implementations? What is the interest of the Logical Aspect if I want to build an SOA? We put important efforts in upstream aspects, can we make some savings in the logical one? The logical aspect is sometimes considered useless and we hear some people willing to [...]

PxFAQ: What are the services we *need*? (posted by Fabien Villard)

Related questions: How to find them? How to assert that they are the right ones? How to respect the decoupling principle? By giving clear procedures to deduce services from business inputs, Praxeme solves the problem of finding the right services in the only available way: changing intuition only procedures to analytic thinking. By structuring precisely [...]

BPM and SOA (posted by Fabien Villard)

We see more and more attention on relations between SOA and other parts of IT, with important questions like the one raised in the following blog post: Relations between SOA and BPM is like relations between bass guitar and drums. They live separately and have their own rules, but they can produce great music [...]