Tag Archives: Drools

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 London Meetup (22/11/16)

Hi there! Here are the details for the meetup schedulled the 22nd of November here in London:


Mark, Kris and Geoffrey will be talking about version 7 of the platform. The following topics will be covered:

  • The new Rich Client Platform
  • The new BPMN2 Designer
  • New Case Management and Modelling
  • Improved Advanced Decision Tables and new Decision Model Notation
  • Improved Forms and Page building
  • Fully integrated DashBuilder reporting
  • New OptaPlanner features & performance improvements

But more importantly, you will have the chance to talk with the project leaders about future plans, how to contribute & get involved with the projects, and their recommendations for your specific use cases.

See you there!

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