Tag Archives: standards

What if the new Standard breaks the old tests?

Would you release a product to the public before you run the tests?  Whether you are manufacturing, or software, or agriculture, or anything, if you have a set of tests, you would run the tests before providing the final product … Continue reading

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Joining the DMN TCK

The DMN TCK is a group of people united around a single desire: we want to see DMN succeed as a decision modeling paradigm.  We want it to really work, and not simply be  another passing fad.  We want transparency … Continue reading

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Update on DMN TCK

Last year we started the Decision Model & Notation Technical Compatibility Kit (DMN-TCK) working group.  A lot has happened since the last time I wrote about this, so let me give you an update.

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Initial DMN Test Results

The initial Decision Model Notation TCK test results are in!   The web site is up showing the results from three vendors.

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XWand Cloud for Financial Data Exchange

Fujitsu is announcing today XWand Cloud, a new online server for financial information exchange. What is it? Why is it important?

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Assistants Transform Data, Synchronize as Well

In previous post I introduce a scenario for cooperation between doctors, and show that a personal assistant is a good way to connect those in real time.  Here are some additional details that we should consider more carefully.

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Disable Autorun … now

After installing Windows, I always disable all of the auto-run features on all of the drives.  This one action alone will protect you from half of the malware out there.  

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