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, http://labs.jboss.com/drools/lists.html. 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, http://jobs.athico.com. 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 Consultanthttp://jobs.athico.com/job/2eb0ae040bf4c5147b70b59f3609dbce/?d=1&source_job_group_id=14843The 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 →