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Camunda User Group: Camunda and Clojure

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Dear Community members,

join us for our next Meetup on February 26th, 2019 starting at 6pm in our Camunda HQ in Berlin. There will be lots of time for open discussions and we encourage you to bring own questions. Along with the presentations and networking opportunities, we’ll also provide food, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The agenda and speaker information can be found below. We hope to see you there!

6:00pm: Doors open
6:00pm - 6:30pm: Catering/Snacks, Drinks and Networking
6:30pm - 6:45pm: Introduction to Camunda
6:45pm - 7:30pm: Hans Hübner & Robert Peckett, LambadaWerk
7:30pm - 8:15pm: Daniel Meyer, Camunda
8:15pm-end: Networking and drinks


Hans Hübner & Robert Peckett, LambdaWerk

Hans has three decades of experience as a software developer and development manager in European and US enterprises. Before joining LambdaWerk, he architected and implemented a new EDI subsystem for a multi-state Dental healthcare MCO in the US.

Robert has a BSc in Software Engineering and spent eight years developing and refining Virtual Learning Environments. At LambdaWerk, he streamlines, automates and improves production frameworks and controls, making our services especially robust and secure. Rob is a keen gamer and an avid collector of vintage consoles and games form the 80s and 90s.

Process Automation with Camunda and Clojure

Camunda BPM is a great toolkit for developing process modeling and automation solutions. LambdaWerk has chosen it as the platform for automating its file processing business solutions for the healthcare industry. Camunda is very developer friendly, but for many of the automation tasks that LambdaWerk has to implement and run, the full capabilities of the BPM engine are not required. Instead, we mostly use simple building block tasks that are combined to implement a given business automation process.

In our presentation, we will demonstrate how we use our own custom external task executor, written in Clojure, to implement these higher-level building blocks. Using Camunda Modeler templates automatically generated from our executor source code, we can easily extend the catalogue of tasks that are available to a business process implementer. We completely remove the requirement to write code when implementing standard processes and thereby give ownership and control over the running business process implementations to the business process developer.


Daniel Meyer, CTO at Camunda

Daniel joined Camunda in 2010, first as a developer and consultant, then technical lead and engineering manager. Later he became VP of Engineering and eventually Chief Technology Officer.

Fireside chat with Daniel Meyer

This time we'll try out something new: a fireside chat with Daniel. This will be a moderated Q&A session, enabling you to ask the questions that always crossed your mind when it comes to Camunda.

Please head over to ( or use #Camunda on to add your questions. You can see what others are asking, and can also ‘like’ questions if you’re eager to see them discussed – the more votes a question gets, the more likely it will be put to Daniel. Björn will organize the questions before the event, but you can also use the tool during the event to pose new questions. This should be fun!