JUDCon is coming to India in 2012!. I’m just putting my own submissions into JUDCon and hopefully will be there. If you work with Drools and/or jBPM and have an interesting project that you want to tell the world about, then hurry up and get your submissions in.
repost to bump up again ——– One of the largest healthcare organisations in Argentina is looking to find two senior developers, full time, to work on Drools and jBPM. The position is a long term contractual one and you must be based in Buenos Aries, Argentina The work is for R&D enhancements to Drools andRead more →
One of the largest healthcare organisations in Argentina is looking to find two senior developers, full time, to work on Drools and jBPM. The position is a long term contractual one and you must be based in Buenos Aries, Argentina The work is for R&D enhancements to Drools and jBPM, not for building end userRead more →
The JUDCon conference is coming to London at Park Plaza Victoria on 31 October and 1 November. It’s held alongside the JAX London conference. We’re doing a couple of sessions: Bin packing with Drools Planner: scheduling processes on cloud servers Monday 10:00 by Geoffrey De Smet BPM(N) using jBPM5 and beyond Monday 11:15 by KrisRead more →
I’ll be doing a set of workshops in September on jBPM5, in Japan and Australia this time. These workshops are a combination of presentations highlighting the various features, combined with practical sessions where you can try it out yourself using simple exercices on your own laptop. A more precise agenda of what will be coveredRead more →
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Mario Fusco will be joining the Drools team to work on the core engine in August. Mario is the author of OSS Lambdaj which brings functional programming and closures to java, and the Hammurabi Scala rule engine. Lambdajhttp://code.google.com/p/lambdaj/http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2009/08/08/J1-2009-MarioFusco-Lambdaj.html (JavaOne Audio podcast) Hammurabihttp://code.google.com/p/hammurabi/http://java.dzone.com/articles/hammurabi-scala-rule-engine Mario initially will be focusingRead more →
RedMonk has published a video interview online and JBoss Asylum an audio interview with myself and Michael Anstis. Red Monkhttp://redmonk.com/sogrady/2011/07/05/redhat-summit-interviews/ JBoss Asylumhttp://in.relation.to/21082.lace
So my time sheet says I’ve worked my 1920 hours this year already, so I guess I’ll be taking the rest of the year off in lieue. cya Markbtw j/k – on taking the time off, not on hours worked.
For those who might not be familiar, SwitchYard is a lightweight service delivery framework providing full lifecycle support for developing, deploying, and managing service-oriented applications. You mean like an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)? Yeah, kind of. At it’s core, SwitchYard provides an embeddable services runtime with limited dependencies, allowing you to deploy and run servicesRead more →
I’ll post more details when I have them, but I thought I’d let people know we’ll be hiring multiple positions over the next 6 to 9 months for Drools and jBPM. We’ll have an immediate position for a very senior Drools programmer extraordinaire. We’ll be looking for someone able to help us build the nextRead more →