There is much to see in Rome, but what posting would be complete without at least a picture of the Colosseum. I don't want to make you too jealous, but I spent almost every evening eating dinner (spaghetti and clams, see picture) with this as a backdrop. My hotel was 10 minutes walking distance from the Colosseum!
The course covers jBPM v3.x in great detail, and as their was enough interest in the newer version I was able to impart some information regarding the direction jBPM v4.x has taken. It was a very beautiful old Rome apartment that functions as the Red Hat offices here. This is where the course was held, with a very nice balcony to take our breaks on (see picture). The course was over three days and contains the following topics with extensive technical labs for the students to complete:
- Client programming
- Context variables & expressions
- Advanced process modelling
- Task management
- Web console
- Integration & customization
If you are contemplating a project with jBPM in the mix, I would strongly recommend that you look into Red Hat training as this course provides a very good foundation. Upon completion you could even become the proud owner of the certificate stating your jBPM expertise!