Tag Archives: BPM

My thoughts on #BPM, #CM, #DM, #Rules, #Knowledge Formalization and Automation

For this article, I’ve tried to summarize what I’ve learned in the last 9+ years working on Open Source projects. BPM, Process Engines, Case Management, Rule Engines and Decision Management.  They are all related to the fact that they promote Knowledge Formalisation and Automation with the sole purpose of making sure that we, as developers, don’t hide what is really important for the business/organization in the software that we build.  These technologies and methodologies also build up on the idea of making sure that we can start small and iteratively cover more and more scenarios.  For these reasons, I thought that it would be good to create a blog post with my opinions on the technology, the outstanding issues, and some thoughts on what I believe it is going to be a very interesting future. I welcome any comments or additions that you might have and am open to new opinions and debate on the subject!

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My (almost) 5 years journey @ #JBoss (#RedHat)

After almost 5 years in JBoss/Red Hat, it is time for me to move on to the next challenge. It has been an amazing experience and hell of a ride. I’ve learned a lot about software, how Open Source software is built and how communities evolve. As you all know me,  I am and I will keep being part of the Drools & jBPM community. I will keep investing time in spreading the word about Rule Engines, Processes Engines and any other form of Business  Automation tools that can be used to create smarter solutions. I still see myself designing and architecting these solutions. But nowadays these solutions are not generic frameworks or tools for other engineers, these solutions are real life, user-friendly applications that can be deployed in real life (domain specific) scenarios.  

My strong commitment to Open Source software is still here, and for that reason, I will keep using and producing Open Source software, but more importantly I will keep spreading the word.  The moment that I made the decision to move on, I knew that I will need to push myself to write here more frequently and I have the feeling that I will have a lot to write about from my new endeavor. 

So briefing up, if you are interested in topics such as BPM, BRM, Knowledge Formalization & Automation plus real-life implementations of these tools keep an eye on this blog (probably my medium account as well), my twitter (@salaboy) account and my GitHub account (http:github.com/salaboy).

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#Drools & #jBPM Meetup – Sweden 17/11/2016

Hi Everyone out there! Quick post to advertise tomorrow’s meetup about building modern applications with #drools & #jbpm. We will be at the Java User Group Goteborg presenting for 2hs. For more details about the event please check the following link: https://www.meetup.com/Javaforum-Goteborg/events/227143145/
If you are around and you are using Drools and/or jBPM this is a great opportunity to ask questions and share with the wider community about your project.

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