JBossWorld was awesome!

It’s been a lot of hard work and fun at JBossWorld last week. Not only did I have to give 4 presentations about jBPM5, I’ve spent a lot of time talking to existing and potential new users about their experiences and what they like to see in the future as well.

If anyone is looking for the presentations, I added them to my slideshare account (where you can also download them). The first two on JUDCon were more developer-focussed:

jBPM5 in Action: a Quickstart for Developers
Flexible Business Processes using jBPM5

The two presentations on JBossWorld gave an overview of jBPM5 basics and how you can use it to model a lot more advanced, flexible business processes as well, in combination with business rules and events:

jBPM5: Bringing more Power to your Business Processes
Event-driven BPM, the JBoss Way

And there were a lot of other very interesting presentations and demos as well. If you haven’t seen the JBossWorld keynote demo just yet, I suggest you take a look at that !

Next week we still have the two bootcamps in New York and Washington, after that I’ll be heading back home. As a result of all this traveling, we haven’t been able to do the jBPM 5.1 release yet unfortunately. But this will be taken care of the week we return.


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