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Wise and knowledgeable words. The world is, as the saying goes, your oyster!
I’ve been working for and with Open Source projects for more than 8 years now, and I wanted to share with you guys some of my experiences so far. It has been such a rewarding journey that som…
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A peek into the future of Drools' engine capabilities...
We are working on a number of different usage patterns for multi-core processing. Our first attempt is at fireAllRules batch processing (no rule chaining) of 1000 facts against increasing 12, 48, 192, and 768 rules - one join per rule. The break even point is around 48 rules.
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The Uberfire VFS Uberfire supports two types of Virtual File System (VFS) strategies: simple file access using the server host's native file system and a git-based repository file system. As of the current version (0.9.0) of ...
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Update on progress of our Guided Decision Table replacement editor.. setting the ground works for the future direction we want to take it.
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Looks great. Just on thing bothers me. In the "Documents..." button the dotdotdot.
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Now your chance! What's keeping you?
The Drools & jBPM projects are looking to hire a web developer to help build and improve our low-code/no-code web framework and workbench. This framework is trying to make it possible to model business applications, end to end, fully within a web based environment - utilising data models, forms, ...
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It looks great!
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Now that the final product has been released in the form of JBoss BPM Suite 6.2, we thought we might share some insights with you. When you first take this product for a spin and create a new project, you might be caught by a...
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