Monthly Archives: May 2009

Three Years, 90 posts, a New Name

I decided to change the title of this blog, and I figured it worth a small note to explain why. I started the blog three years ago as an experiment.  I had a few things to say, but no idea … Continue reading

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Identity Update: Browsers with OpenID?

For about a year I have been pushing OpenID and OAuth as a key component to a large scale “Social Process” system (see posts here, here, and here). In the past year I have tested these ideas with a project … Continue reading

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Upcoming BPM Events

Three upcoming events might be worth looking into: May 19: Industry Briefing: BPMN 2.0 Examined This is a free webinar by Robert Shapiro the brain behind XPDL.  Few have his insight and experience into the process space.  Now a consultant … Continue reading

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21 Questions to Ask a BPM Vendor

With all the work I do in getting BPM system to interoperate with each other, I have come to recognize a set of potential problem areas.  Naturally, vendors are not always forthcoming with these little glitches.  So I have put … Continue reading

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