Category Archives: jbpm training

Drools and jBPM5 Bootcamp and RulesFest 2011

We are 10 days away from the beginning of Rules Fest 2011, a very unique event where most of the Rule Engine vendors meet up to show the latest research and innovations inside the niche. This will be my third Rules Fest in a row and I will be presenting the Emergency Service application and talking about jBPM5 there. If you are around San Francisco, USA (OCTOBER 24-27) and if you have interest to learn about Rule Engines I strongly recommend you to attend. You need to pay some bucks in order to attend to the main event, but this year there will be 2 free boot camps (2 free days) about Drools and jBPM5. One day will be pretty related with technology and the other will be focused in the health care industry.

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(JBoss in Bossa 2011).equals(“Great Community Event!”)

After finishing the second JBoss in Bossa I felt the need to push something like this to happen in Buenos Aires. The people here is passionate to go to a paid event during the weekend and enjoy great talks with high technical skills. We definitely need to imitate this motion and push forward to have this community events in Argentina where we can share the community knowledge.

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Getting ready for JBoss in Bossa!

Hi everyone! I’m preparing myself for the tomorrow keynote @ jboss in bossa, trying to finish this crazy presentation about the Human Task component provided in jBPM5. The key concepts that I’m trying to share this time are related with the fact that in traditional software development we are not used to handle properly the human interactions. I will demonstrate how we can start using this very nice component without adopting a full blown BPM System. I will be sharing the presentation after the event with the speaker notes and we can start a discussion to see if you are agree with my perspective or not.


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