Google Summer of Code Deadlines extended

The GSoC application deadlines have been extended until 7th of April, as detailed here. I preveiously discussed the Drools GSoC projects here. For the lazy I’m listing those below again, so please hurry about get your applications in here: Subversion/CVS and JCR synchronisation. This allows our web based BRMS, called Guvnor, to synchronise it’s contentRead more →

Business Rules Forum – Quick Notes

As Mark mentioned in a previous blog, we are attending the 10th Business Rules Forum in Orlando. Tuesday (October 23rd) was the first presentations day and I had the opportunity to watch a few interesting presentations. In the morning I watched the keynote with Ronald Ross: “The Hitchhicker’s guide: from Business Rules to Enterprise Decisioning”ItRead more →

How to have your emails ignored

As the Drools mailing list volume increases I thought I’d make a tongue in cheek etiquette guide to go on the mailing lists info page, We aren’t really that formal or strict yet, but hopefully it will help keep the traffic noise down as we grow. Feed back welcome 🙂 How to have yourRead more →

Featured Drools Jobs in Brazil and UK

We’ve just had two new job postings placed on our Drools job board, Remember you can see the last 5 job posting in the job board widget in the right side panel of this blog. Red Hat, UK – Senior Drools Consultant JBoss consulting services team is looking for a JBoss Rules expert toRead more →

JBoss Rules/Drools jobs on Jobserve

Jobserve is a website in the UK that has 80% of the IT job advertising market; as such it’s a great bell weather to get an idea of market rates and tech popularity. For the first time JBoss Rules/Drools jobs have finally started to appear in number, with good rates too. Simply type “jboss rules”Read more →