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Posts by Daniel Selman
Rules Fest 2010 is around the corner so don’t hesitate to sign-up, San Jose Oct. 11-14th. It is a great opportunity to meet the leading thinkers behind rules technology, learn about the latest innovations and get deep insights into the technology that drives rules-based applications; from loan origination systems, to fraud detection to complex event [...]
January 14, 2010 - 9:47 pm
One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. – A A Milne.
For the past month or so I have been pondering how to describe the applications of rules technology on a compact but useful slide. To me, the primary uses entail automating:
Various products do some of these [...]
Well, the migration did not go quite as planned! Some recent articles were lost due to a bug (or user error?) in the export of the MySQL database. When I get time I may try to validate and migrate some of the old web links and other content as well.
For the moment I will [...]
As you can tell, if you’ve been here before, javarules.org is undergoing some major maintenance. I hope to get most of the old content back up ASAP. Unfortunately I did not have much choice in the matter as PostNuke is no longer supported and comment spam had polluted the database to such an extent that [...]
Posted by: mdproctor
Session Details are as follows:
Talk: JBoss Rules
Speaker:Mark Proctor, JBoss Rules Lead (blog)
Date: Wednesday, 11th July 2007
Times: 18:30 – 20:30
1 Sekforde Street
London EC1R 0BE
Registration: Register for this Free In-The-Brain Session on JBoss Rules here
Posted by: rssh
TermWare 2.1.0 is released. This is JSR-94 compatible rule engine, based on ‘rewriting rules with actions’ paradigm.
Posted by: Adrian.Paschke
RuleML-2007 is a new international meeting place for users, system providers, practitioners, developers, researchers and representatives of rule/event standardization efforts and open source rule communities to discuss the applicability and commercialization of rule technologies for enterprises and public organizations including event-handling rules. Co-located with the 10th International Business Rules Forum (http://www.businessrulesforum.com), the International [...]
Posted by: Subhash
YASU Technologies announced today the availability of the Beta program for QuickRules-NetBeans product, making it the first Business Rules vendor to provide business rules development and management within the award-winning NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
HYDERABAD: YASU Technologies has announced the availability of the Beta program for QuickRules-NetBeans product, making it the first Business [...]
Posted by: Admin
Simon Bisson has written a nice high-level review of JRules, Blaze and JBoss Rules for Reg Developer.
Read the article at:
Posted by: Admin
Key features and benefits:
Easy integration with SOA?‚?€”ILOG JRules 6.5 provides the ability to expose a deployed rule set as a transparent decision service?‚?€”without coding?‚?€”to achieve the SOA promises of agility and cost reduction. Decision services created with ILOG JRules 6.5 are transparent because the BRMS helps eliminate the “black box” created by standard [...]