Today (April 21st) I’m doing a presentation at AJUG (Atlanta Java Users Group). The presentation will cover topics related to the relationship between SOA and BPM. Any attendees are welcome to comment and post feedback on this event.
Topics of discussion include:
- The process oriented methodology for software development, which yields software that is more in-line with the business objective and is more agile for the ever-changing business need.
- How to build software for business requirements that are a constant “moving target” (ever changing).
- Better communication between IT engineers and the business units through model driven software design in BPMN.
- Techniques, tips, and tricks to deliver your software to your customer sooner, and to meet more of the business objective with the product you deliver.
- BPMN is not just for business people – it’s capable of doing some very technical things as well.
- How BPEL (Business process execution language) relates to service oriented architecture, and more specifically how it relates to Java development.
- The modern architecture of process governance, which includes SOA and BPM and how this relates to your job as a software architect/engineer.