Etymology of Kogito

After writing up an introduction to our Kogito effort, it seems people are interested in hearing a little but more about the name, where it comes from, what the logo means, and (what seems to be the most important question) how to pronounce Kogito?  Yes, there even was a JIRA issue [KOGITO-284] opened to addressRead more →

jBPM in GSoC 2015

We try to participate every year in the Google Summer of Code, where students can contribute to their favorite open-source project (and even get paid for it). This year we again have three proposals accepted for jBPM: Dynamic visual BPMN2 Diff tool for jBPM Web DesignerRoman Procopenco  A visual diff tool created for JBPM WebRead more →

London Community Event (May 26th – 30th)

During next week a large percentage of the Drools team, some of the jBPM team and some community members will be meeting in London (Chiswick). There won’t be any presentations, we’ll just be in a room hacking, designing, exchanging ideas and planing. This is open to community members who wish to contribute towards Drools orRead more →

Come meet us at Red Hat Summit in SFO

This week, Red Hat Summit is taking place in San Francisco, and a lot of us (engineer, product management, solution architects, etc.) will be there at the Moscone Conference Center.  If you are attending Summit or DevNation (the developer-oriented conference co-located with Summit), feel free to come and see Mark Proctor’s presentations on Drools /Read more →

DevNation and Red Hat Summit (April 13-17, San Francisco)

This year, Red Hat is organizing DevNation for the first time (April 13-17, San Francisco), a new open source, polyglot conference for application developers and maintainers.  It combines for example the old JUDCon and CamelOne conferences, but offers top notch keynotes, sessions, labs, hackfests, and panels geared for those who build (with) open source.  ItRead more →

Looking for student contributions: GSoC 2014

    Students can participate in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) annual program, where they can work on their favorite free and open-source project during the summer and where Google awards stipends (US$5,500) to all students who successfully complete a requested and approved project. JBoss is participating again this year, so make sure toRead more →

Looking for student contributions: GSoC 2014

  Students can participate in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) annual program, where they can work on their favorite free and open-source project during the summer and where Google awards stipends (US$5,500) to all students who successfully complete a requested and approved project. JBoss is participating again this year, so make sure to submitRead more →

jBPM6 Showcase: jBPM Console – Hiring Process

Salaboy has written a blog about the new jBPM Console in jBPM6.  He uses the “Hiring Process” (which is package out-of-the-box as one of the examples in the jbpm-playground repository) as an example and takes you modelling, deploying and executing the process.  Since the process contains a few user tasks, it also shows how endRead more →

Google Summer of Code 2013

JBoss is participating in the Google Summer of Code 2013 program, which means that students can work on their favourite open-source project during the summer and get ultimate glory and a nice paycheck in return. Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. We haveRead more →

Google Summer of Code 2013

JBoss is participating in the Google Summer of Code 2013 program, which means that students can work on their favourite open-source project during the summer and get ultimate glory and a nice paycheck in return. Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. We haveRead more →