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Java and Rules: Zero to Hero with the JBoss Business Rules

 Zero to Hero with the JBoss Business Rules Primer 

This session will get you started with JBoss Business Rules and BPM. It will walk you through some of the capabilities, components and basic concepts that one needs to understand to start building process and rule-driven applications. Join us for an hour of Business Process Management (BPM) concepts, explanations of how to capture your enterprises logic in business rules and a demonstration or two from real live processes that bring these concepts to life. Take a walk with us through several live demos where we explain step by step what is happening and how you too can reproduce these locally. By the end of this session you too can amaze your friends and colleagues, becoming the local JBoss Rules & BPM hero!


Eric D. Schabell is the JBoss technology evangelist for Integration and BPM products at Red Hat. He is responsible for various outbound technical aspects of promoting JBoss Enterprise Middleware integration products and services (BRMS/BPM, SOA, and data integration).

He has been working within software development since 1998 for many different enterprises. He helps out in the JBoss jBPM project focusing as lead on the jBPM Migration project and is the author of 'OpenShift Primer' e-book. 

Follow this blog at http://www.schabell.org.

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  • Jirawat U.

    Thank you for the presentation. I look forward on experimenting using JBoss Business Rules to solve healthcare regulations compliance.

    January 31, 2014

  • Eric D. S.

    Slides and few pictures of the event will be posted by morning on http://schabell.org. Thanks for the hospitality and chance to speak to you all.

    January 30, 2014

  • Kaj K.

    Eric Schabell did a great job explaining the JBoss Business Rule Engine, Infrastructure and Toolset. He had great examples for how to use it.
    Thanks to Mike @ Akamai for hosting us and feeding us.

    January 30, 2014

  • RT C.

    Cannot make this one. Darn! Great subject.

    Second @NIKK's motion to maintain a 7PM start in future; it is nearly impossible to arrive at 6 unless one is already in the neighborhood.

    January 29, 2014

    • Eric D. S.

      So we stay and drink beer until the first morning train? ;)

      1 · January 30, 2014

    • Eric D. S.

      RT Carpenter, no worries, will post the slides on http://schabell.org­

      January 30, 2014

  • Zahir

    Can't make it today although it a great subject

    January 30, 2014

    • Eric D. S.

      Don't worry, will post the slides afterwards. ;)

      January 30, 2014

  • Zahir

    Can't make it today although it a great subject

    January 30, 2014

  • Brian T.

    I was asked to find an Advanced Java class for a colleague and thought I'd ask the group. They're leaning against an online class due to concerns about lack of teacher/student interaction and such (I'm just the messenger here). Can anyone here recommend such a class? Thanks.

    January 30, 2014

  • Kiran B.

    Ugh. Will have to skip. Work commitments .

    January 29, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Can it be kept at 7.00 pm?

    January 21, 2014

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