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Rolando’s Tales from the Rule Trenches

Rolando Hernandez, a highly experienced business rules consultant,  shares his “True Tales from the Trenches“.  Here is a monologue of the decision table from his first tale “A Rule is Born“: “If only someone had tested all the possible combinations … Continue reading

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The Future of DMN: an interactive discussion at DecisionCAMP-2019

Gary Hallmark, the author of DMN FEEL and a co-chair of the DMN standard committee, will run an interactive discussion “DMN 2.0?” at DecisionCAMP in September.  “In DMN’s 8 year lifespan from RFP to version 1.3, many features, changes and … Continue reading

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CP-2019 Workshop on Progress Towards the Holy Grail

In 1997 in the paper “In Pursuit of the Holy Grail” Prof. Gene Freuder proposed that Constraint Programming was well-positioned to pursue the Holy Grail of computer science: the user simply states the problem and the computer solves it.  Twenty … Continue reading

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Real Time Decision Monitoring

The latest release of IBM ODM allows monitoring decision-making in real time. It includes a built-in Decisions dashboard of standard decision metrics such as decisions per second, the number of active rulesets, the number of times a rule or task … Continue reading

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An exciting agenda for the DecisionCAMP-2019

The full program for the 2019 DecisionCAMP is now available and online. We invite you to explore thought-provoking presentations given by experts from leading organizations representing 12 countries. Our conference and its inspiring agenda points will be a great opportunity … Continue reading

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Developer Survey Results 2019

Stack Overflow’s annual Developer Survey is the largest and most comprehensive survey of nearly 90,000 developers who code around the world. Examples of findings: 1) Python, the fastest-growing major programming language is edging out Java this year and standing as … Continue reading

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bpmNEXT-2019 in April 15-17

The 7th bpmNEXT will be held in Santa Barbara, California on April 15-17, 2019. It will cover Process Mining and Advanced Analytics, AI and Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation, Decision Management, Digital Transformation, and new cloud software architecture built on containers … Continue reading

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