Mario Fusco is the new Drools Project Lead

It is my honor to announce that Mario Fusco will be taking over as the new Drools Project Lead. Mario is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, working on the development of the Drools core. He has vast experience as a Java developer, and among other accomplishments, was nominated a Java Champion in 2016.Read more →

The DMN Cookbook has been published

The Decision Model and Notation (DMN) Standard offers something no previous attempt at standardization of decision modelling did: a simple, graphical effective language for the documentation and modelling of business decisions. It defines both the syntax and the semantics of the model, allowing IT and Business teams to “speak the same language”. It also ensuresRead more →

bpmNext 2018 day 1 videos are already online!

The organization of bpmNEXT 2018 is outdoing themselves! The videos from the first day of the conference are already available. In particular, the presentations from Denis Gagné, Bruce Silver and Edson Tirelli are directly related to Drools with content related to DMN. I also recommend the presentation from Vanessa Bridge, as it is related toRead more →

Capture your decisions with DMN

Donato Marrazzo published a very nice and comprehensive introduction to DMN with Drools and Trisotech. It is worth a read for anyone interested in DMN: Capture your decisions with DMN Happy Drooling!

Talking about Rule Engines at Software Engineering Radio

I had the pleasure of talking to Robert Blumen, at Software Engineering Radio, about Drools and Rule Engines in general. If you don’t know this podcast, I highly recommend their previous episodes as well. Very informative, technically oriented podcast. Hope you enjoy,Edson