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.
I want to start with a quote of myself (to give you a good impression on my ego ;-)):
When authoring rules in a more agile, business-friendly way, do not forget about testing them in a more agile, business-friendly way.
This post shows various approaches discussed on the roadshow.