CamundaCon 2019 is just around the corner! Rob Parker, Enterprise Architect at Australia Post, will be presenting Innovative Problems For Elegant Solutions and he’s shared with us a sneak peak at the kind of out-of-the-box thinking his presentation will cover:
Everybody is likely familiar with Sudoku puzzles. When I solve them, I typically use little pencil marks to track which values are still feasible in unresolved cells. In other words, for each unresolved cell, I annotate it with the set of remaining possible values or its domain. As each cell is solved, the implication is propagated to its neighbouring cells by crossing off the infeasible values (domain narrowing) from each set of candidate values. This technique is effectively a form of constraint propagation with domain narrowing.
We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize 2.5.0.
The release includes many exciting features including:
- Multi-Tenancy Support
- Improved Multi-Engine Support
- New and Enhanced Flow Node + User Task Reports
- Group by End Date
The complete release notes listing all features and bug fixes are available in Jira.
For the people who have been in any way involved with the Camunda Community the last few years, this is unlikely to be the first time you’ve heard the name Martin Schimak. Also if you’re a developer using Camunda, chances are that, perhaps unbeknownst to you - you’ve been greatly helped by some of the projects that Martin has created and released as open source extensions for the platform. Having people like Martin as part of the Camunda Community is an important factor to the success and adoption of the Open Source platform, so I wanted to talk to Martin about how he came to be such a positive influence on the project. Perhaps learning from him how to encourage others out there to do the same. I spoke with him specifically about the camunda-bpm-asserts library that he, along with Rafael Cordones and other contributors created, and how he feels about it being recently added as a supported part of the Camunda platform.
Camunda BPM 7.12.0-alpha1 is here and the highlights are:
- Cockpit: BPMN Documentation
- Cockpit: Embedded Stacktraces
- 19 Bug Fixes
If you are interested, you can see the complete release notes.
If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub.
We are excited to announce that Camunda BPM platform 7.11.0 is now available. Highlights from Camunda 7.11.0 include:
- Operator Authorizations
- Operator and Admin Auditing
- Return Variables on Task Completion / Form Submission / Message Correlation
- Asynchronously set Removal Time on Historical Data
- BPMN Error Event Triggering from Execution Listeners
- Fluent Java Testing API
- Additional Supported Environments
- 92 Bug Fixes
Also included in the release:
We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize version 2.5.0-alpha2. You can find improvements and features from the upcoming Optimize version 2.5.0 in this second alpha release. The highlights are:
- Multi-Tenancy Support
- Flow Node + User Task Report Enhancements
The complete release notes are available in Jira.
When I first stumbled upon BPMN back in 2007, I was taken aback. It looked complicated! I didn’t really understand the difference between a sequence flow and a message flow, and, more importantly, I didn’t think I should care.