Friday, June 27, 2014

Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite East Coast Tour in the Fall

In a few months I will be dropping in on Java User Groups (JUGs) and JBoss User Groups (JBugs) around the east coast of the USA.

These stops will be to provide JBoss BRMS & BPM Suite workshops that allow you to experience it all first hand, either on a local installation or in the OpenShift Cloud with our bpmPaaS experience.

Boston JUG

First stop will be in Boston for the Boston JUG, a group I have visited before and always enjoy seeing again. The meetup is scheduled for Monday, 8th of September starting at 18:00 hours. The abstract and location are to follow soon though you can bet on it being somewhere in Cambridge as that is where they tend to locate.

DCJBug

The next stop will be in Washington, DC for the DCJBug, a group more specifically targeting JBoss instead of just pure Java. The meetup is scheduled for Tuesday, 9th of September starting at 18:30 hours. Location will be at AEM Herndon Office, 13880 Dulles Corner Lane, Suite 300, Herndon, VA.

Look forward to meeting you all for some live coding, chatting, and JBoss fun.

Rule the World - Practical Rules & BPM Development

With this workshop you get a chance to do just that, unlock the power of business rules engines and business processing for your development projects. We will take you through it all step-by-step, building rules, domain specific languages, using the wizards and editors that the JBoss BRMS & BPM Suite provide to create your own rules or process project. You have a choice in this workshop between an online web shop project or an HR employee rewards process project.

This is a hands on experience that takes you from nothing to a fully working rules or process experience with JBoss open source software. No experience in rules or processes is required, you will be guided by the experienced speaker and go home ready to apply what you have learned in your own projects. 


(Depending on connectivity, potential to work on a bpmPaaS instance where you create your workshop project on an OpenShift hosted product.)