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Free all day JBoss Rules BOF in London

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I’m looking to do a free all day BOF in London, potentially Thursday 11th of January, 9.30 to 4.30 – with after session drinks, for those that want to chat some more over a beer and maybe some food? This will be an informal day for those with existing understandings of jboss rules, (we won’tRead more →

New visual rule builder (Michael Neale)

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I have been beaving away on a new UI/rule modeller specifically for the web (well, at least the web initially, hopefully we will also do it stand alone in the plug in soon). This came about for 2 reasons:1) DSLs have proven to be quite popular, and we want to make them available on theRead more →

JBoss Rules 3.0.5 is released

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Version 3.0.5 is now available, from downloads and the plug-in update site. This is the latest release of our current “production” branch of JBoss Rules. Watch this space for news of a milestone release very soon of the next major version. Thanks to all out there who submitted bugs/fixes/patches and enhancements. See below for ReleaseRead more →

Drools 3.1 milestone 1 is comming

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As some of you already know, Drools 3.1m1 will be out of the door any minute now. The Drools name is used for project development releases, which are also unsupported – eventually the code is hardened and released to production as JBoss Rules 3.2. This new release is a a big improvement over the 3.0.xRead more →

Washington Rules !

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— Michael NealeBoth Mark and myself recently returned from the highly informative Business Rules Forum (in Washington DC). The business rules industry seems to be in quite good shape, and there was a strong showing from all the vendors. I thought I would start with some summaries in general of what we saw, and whatRead more →

JFDI a new Business Action Scripting Language

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We are working on a new non-imperative conseqeuence language for JBoss Ruless, called JFDI which is a sort of business action scripting language. We have placed this project over at Codehaus as we are hoping that it will get taken up by other declarative systems, whether they are rule or process engines. When we firstRead more →