Any tools can be used wrong, and I believe that's the reason many developers hate BPM. They just don't know how the BPM tools should be used...
My "Give One, Get One" OLPC arrived, and it's a blast. Check out the snapshots at my other blog.
It's not too late to Give One and Get One...
The One Laptop Per Child initiative may not be perfect, but why not support them anyway?
I ordered mine today:
Thank you for participating in Give One Get One.
A few years ago I posted a short blog entry "The SOA Elevator Speech" to try to distill SOA into talking points that you might be able to cover on one elevator ride.
My recent blog entry "Java Developers Hate BPM" was intended to stir up some folks and to generate a good discussion. It was successful... I got a lot of very good and honest feedback (a.k.a. "hate mail").
Java developers hate BPM.
The preceding sentence is (of course) intentionally tailored to be controversial. People tend to read controversial blogs, and I'd like you to read this one.
Human Powered Services (HPS) are the piece of the puzzle that meshes BPM with SOA... With HPS in the mix choreographing Human and Autonomous services is seamless, without HPS in the mix choreographing Human and Autonomous services is a pain.
Continue reading at my other blog...
One of the biggest challenge for companies with Java EE based products is dealing with installation issues...
Granted, Enterprise Class applications are much more involved than the "shrink wrapped" applications that we install on our PCs...