Red Hat
Jun 6, 2012
by Kris Verlaenen
Here's the official invitation for the NY Drools & jBPM workshop on June 19th.  This is a workshop, including both presentations and hands on exercices.  More news on the one in Washington DC later that week will follow shortly.









JBoss BRMS Workshop

You are invited to attend the JBoss Drools and jBPM workshop in New York City, on Tuesday, June 19th . The workshop will be led by Drools and jBPM Projects core development team including Mark Proctor its lead for 8+ years, Dr Kris Verlaenen, jBPM 5 project lead, Edison Tirelli the lead around Complex Event Processing, Prakash Aradhya, JBoss BRMS / BPM Product Manager and others. In this day long session we will explore Business Workflows, Complex Event Processing, Authoring rules, product road maps and much much more. Be prepared to work hands on with the technology and tools, meet the team behind the technology, and get your questions answered. This day long event will get you unparalleled access to industry recognized leaders in the business process and rules community.
Join us for a complimentary one-day event where we will cover:
  • The ecosystem that encompasses the Drools open source project and the JBoss BRMS
  • The history of rules systems, where they are going and the current state of the art
  • Various features of the BRMS via a hands on demo
  • BPMN 2.0 and the future of Business Process Management
To view a complete agenda, click here.
Speakers:

Jim Tyrrell , Principle JBoss Solution Architect, Red Hat

Mark Proctor , Drools Project Lead and Founder, Red Hat

Edson Tirelli , Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat

Kris Verlaenen , jBPM Lead Engineer, Red Hat

Prakash Aradhya , Senior Product Manager, Red Hat

*Attendees are responsible for bringing their own laptop to this event. Please make sure your laptop has the ability to copy files from a USB, which will provide the software for the hands-on sessions, and have JDK 1.6 already installed.



Register now as space is limited. We look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,
The JBoss Team
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