Wednesday, January 20, 2010

JBoss World 2010 jBPM session submission

I have submitted a session to JBoss World 2010 that will be in Boston, MA from June 22 - 25. The speakers list will be announced on 1 March 2010, so fingers crossed for the following abstract:

Sun Tzu and the art of jBPM migrations
Sun Tzu once wrote, "Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory.” If you have applied all the best intentions in your jBPM projects you might now be searching for best practices. Based on experiences from the trenches, we offer insights into jBPM best practices that are meant to ensure future migration flexibility.

This session takes you on a tour of the following four tactical migration areas in a jBPM project:
  • process initialization layer
  • process definition & design layer
  • process implementations layer
  • SOA interaction layer
As we peel back these layers we will detail best practices and design tactics that will greatly simplify your jBPM future. A running case will be use based on a JBoss EAP / jBPM award winning implementation at SNS Bank from the Netherlands.

1 comment:

  1. Reject mail received:

    "Thank you for your submission for the 2010 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World. Due to the number of high-quality submissions we received, we regret to inform you that we are unable to include your topic in this year's agenda.

    It was a very challenging task to narrow down the submissions to the amount of sessions allotted. We do appreciate the time that you took to make your submission and would still like to see you at the Red Hat Summit and JBoss World in June."

    Heard around 200 submissions for roughly 45 session slots, too bad...