Microsoft transferred the source for the project Stonehenge

    Six months after joining the Apache Foundation, Microsoft first took an active part in the Stonehenge project , revealing fragments of its source code.

    The Stonehenge project was created in November 2008 to accumulate a single database of examples of cross-platform SOA-applications with open source codes that can be used by everyone. Among the founders of the project are Apache, Red Hat and WSO2.

    Microsoft gave StockTrader 2.0 code to Stonehenge as an example of implementing Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles in the Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, .Net / C # programming languages.

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