Upcoming Webinar: Process Driven Spring Applications with Activiti – Sept 23rd

 

Next week, I’ll be doing a webinar together with my friend Josh Long (he’s a Spring Developer Advocate, committer to many open source projects and of course Activiti). I will show some of the new Activiti tooling we’ve been working on recently, while Josh will demonstrate with live coding how easy it is to use Activiti in Spring Boot (spoiler: really easy).

You can register for the webinar for free here: https://spring.io/blog/2014/07/29/webinar-process-driven-spring-applications-with-activiti-sept-23rd

One day later, the Alfresco Summit will be kicked off in San Francisco. I’m joining two talks there:

For those who can’t make it to San Francisco: don’t worry, we’ll be landing in London two weeks later, Oct 7-9!

3 Comments

  1. […] As I mentioned, I did a webinar on Spring Boot + Activiti last week (at 6 am …. yes, it hurt) with my good pal Josh Long. […]

  2. Raghav Karnam September 30, 2014

    This is fantastic… this is one of the things I was trying to do. I just posted the question the submodule activiti doesn’t seems to be update. some permission issue.

    having said that making it a submodule adds too much to start off with the sample. Is it possible to take submodule out and just provide the jars that are needed.

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26125233/spring-boot-workflow-submodule-activiti-permissions-issue

    Also it will help if you are anyone in spring to create a seperate tag for questions a new tag called spring-boot-workflow will help.
    Thanks

    Raghav.

  3. Joram Barrez October 1, 2014

    Thanks!

    Indeed, we’ll simply push a new release into the snapshot repo and update the example.

    I assume the new tag will automatically come once it gets popular enough 🙂

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