At last over the holiday period I have gotten the opportunity to delve into this worthy tome. This book is excellent in it's coverage of design- and runtime governance. The example business case used for the book's case study is easy to follow. The authors begin by conducting a SOA Maturity Assessment for the fictional company and detail an appropriate reference architecture for them.
For much of the history of computers, programmers really only had one path to take – upward into management.
While you could go from Junior Programmer to Senior Programmer, sooner or later you were faced with the choice of becoming a Team Lead or having your career stagnate.
... and it is time to sit back and relax a bit. It has been exhausting for me on many levels and I tried not to leave any opportunity slip through. It is time to say thanks. I'm thankful for the many people seeing me sessions on conferences around the world. Thankful for the readers on this blog, for the feedback I receive on Twitter or even in person. Thankful for a steadily growing and strong Java community and even thankful for Oracle taking the steward job serious and not having burnt too many bridges this year.
I'm pretty proud to announce that I'll be speaking at the new open source, polyglot conference for application developers and maintainers DevNation 2014. It will be co-located with Red Hat Summit and will offer sessions, labs, and panels geared for those who build with open source.
Vom 24. – 25. Februar 2014 finden in München die BPM Integration Days 2014 statt.
Die BPM & Integration Days konzentrieren sich diesmal auf die praktischen Synergien von BPM mit Systemintegration, Mobile, BI und Cloud, gepaart mit Erkenntnissen aus vielen Jahren Projekterfahrung aller Referenten.
Knowledge-driven processes are typically unpredictable in their execution. Experts working on them decide what’s the next best action to take. This is in contrast to traditional BPM, in which all possible paths of a process are predetermined and modeled into the process. Adaptive Case management is a way to control and implement these unstructured processes.
One of the most depressing things in IT is our inability to learn. From the 'Oh look our massive waterfall project ran over budget' to the 'I really can't maintain the code we wrote that doesn't have a design or documentation' we do the same things as an industry over and over again. Most depressing however is the phrase 'The IT Strategy would work if the business would just change'.
In some of the past discussions, we have talked about the Six
Business Process Management best practices to start BPM journey.
They are as follows: