Monthly Archives: October 2008

For Those on the Fence…

Tim O’Reilly put together an excellent summary: “Why I Support Barack Obama“.  Said far better than I ever could.

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Directly Executing BPMN

The article “Why BPEL is not the holy grail for BPM” presents a scenario for implementation which is difficult for BPEL based products to actually execute. It presented a particular product based on BPEL that was not able to execute … Continue reading

Posted in BPM, Workflow | Tagged , , , , | 24 Comments


Finally a well considered and detailed article on the limitations of the approach to BPEL. There are a few vendors who promote BPEL as as the one-and-only-true-way to support BPM. In fact, it is good for some things, but fairly … Continue reading

Posted in BPM, Workflow | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

Green Software?

This post is about another one those thoughts that occur at the clashing point of several different ideas. I travel a bit, and use the laptop a lot, and it always gets HOT. Laptops today are so smart: the fan … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment