Google Summer of Code 2016: Drools & Minecraft

Another successful Google Summer of Code program took place this year. We worked together with Samuel Richardson from the USA to get the first integration between the Drools Engine and the popular game engine Minecraft. The scope of the project was to experiment how Drools can be used to declaratively define a game’s logic. I initially thought about modelling pointRead more →

#Drools & #jBPM @ #JBCNConf 2016 (Barcelona, June)

Great news! Once again the amazing and flamboyant leaders of the Java User Group from Barcelona manage to put together their anual conference JBCNConf. And, of course, Drools & jBPM will be there. Take a look at their website for more information about the talks and speakers, and if you are close enough to Barcelona I hope to see youRead more →

Oficial Wildfly Swarm #Drools Fraction

Oficial what? Long title for a quite small but useful contribution. Wildfly Swarm allows us to create rather small and self contained application including just what we need from the Wildfly Application Server. On this post we will be looking at the Drools Fraction provided to work with Wildfly Swarm. The main idea behind this fraction is to provide aRead more →

Mastering #Drools 6 book is out!

Hi everyone, just a quick post to share the good news! The book is out and ready to ship! You can buy it from Packt or from Amazon directly. I’m happy to announce also that we are going to be presenting the book next week in Denmark, with the local JBug: http://www.meetup.com/jbug-dk/events/229407454/ if you are around or know someone that might beRead more →

High Availability Drools Stateless Service in Openshift Origin

Hi everyone! On this blog post I wanted to cover a simple example showing how easy it is to scale our Drools Stateless services by using Openshift 3 (Docker and Kubernetes). I will be showing how we can scale our service by provisioning new instances on demand and how these instances are load balanced byRead more →

Drools @ JUG Cork, Ireland (2nd March 2016)

Hi all, I’m creating this blog post to share with you all that I’m doing a presentation in the Java User Group at Cork, Ireland.  For more information about the meet up go here: http://www.meetup.com/corkjug/events/226397805/ The session is titled “Go back home knowing how to use Drools 6 in your own projects” and it will be focused on the basicsRead more →

Drools Workshops Chile/Argentina (Nov/15)

Hi Everyone, I’m going to South America for two weeks in November and I’m planning to deliver two community workshops around Drools and jBPM. The workshops will be mostly focused on Drools (time restrictions) but I will try to include brief intro about jBPM as well. I’ve drafted an initial agenda, that might change based on theRead more →

Google Summer of Code 2015: jBPM Mobile (MGTW)

Original Post: http://salaboy.com/2015/09/25/google-summer-of-code-2015-success-story-jbpm-mobile-mgtw/ I would like to share with all you guys the success story from the Google Summer of Code 2015 program in collaboration with the jBPM project. This year Rodrigo Garcete from (Ciudad del Este) Paraguay, who this year was in charge of upgrading the jBPM Mobile implementation created using MGWT. This application is a proof of concept showing a fullyRead more →

jBPM accepted on Google Summer of Code 2014!

I’m thrilled to share with the whole Drools & jBPM community that once again a student has being accepted in the Google Summer Of Code Program to work in the projects for the Summer. This year Google will be funding  Nicolas Gomes (from Argentina) to work on the jBPM project. Nicolas task will be toRead more →

Results from the Drools & jBPM Workshop @ Bcn (10th Dec)

I’m quite happy to say that the Barcelona Workshop was a complete success. Once again I would like to thanks the @BarcelonaJug for all the effort that they put into organise these meetups. This post is to share some pics and some overall comments about the event. The Barcelona Java User Group Find here someRead more →