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jBPM5 Community Training – Module #2.5: BPM For Developers

Hi there, I just add a new module for the jBPM5 Community Training called BPM for developers. This module will cover some of the most technical aspects in the BPM discipline. Trying to show how BPM fits in a company ecosystem and how End Users and Developers feel the changes. I will be waiting special feedback for this module because I will present it this afternoon in the Java User Group Argentina, so stay tuned for changes in the content 🙂

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jBPM5 Community Training – Module #5: Domain Specific Processes

Hi there, I’m here again with a new module for the jBPM5 Community Training. Now it’s time to take a look at the features provided by jBPM5 to support extension points that allow us to create our domain specific behaviors. This module covers the concepts required to extend and plug your own implementations with external systems. The notion of synchronous and asynchronous interactions and some recommendations about how to deal with them are also included. Check it out and please send me feedback or questions that you might have!

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JBoss Community Recognition Awards 2011

I just want to share with all of you guys two important news that really motivates me to keep going with this blog and all the community things that I’ve being working for this last 4 years. First of all, I was nominated by Mark Proctor  (JBoss Drools Project Leader) to the JBoss Community Recognition Awards 2011. I was nominated for two categories:

The winner for these awards are obviously selected by the community. You can vote for me (Mauricio Salatino) if you have a http://community.jboss.org/ account. If you don’t have an account you can create a new one and join the jBPM forums to ask questions and see a lot of  community content. The other really good news is that in February this blog receive more than six thousands (6000) visits, and that really keep me motivated to continue posting all the training material and example projects.

I wanna thank you all for your support!

PS: jBPM5 Interesting Reads -> http://kverlaen.blogspot.com/2011/03/some-interesting-reads.html

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