Friday, October 24, 2014

Red Hat Job Opening - Software Sustaining Engineer

We are looking to hire someone to help improve the quality of BRMS and BPM Suite platforms. These are the productised versions of the Drools and jBPM open source projects.

The role will involve improving our test coverage, diagnosis problems, creating reproducers for problems as well as helping fix them. You’ll also be responsible for helping to setup and maintain our continuous integration environment to help streamline the various aspects involved in getting timely high quality releases out.

So if you love Drools and jBPM, and want to help make them even better and even more robust - then this is the job for you :)

The role is remote, so you can be based almost anywhere.

URL to apply now

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Partner Workshops in Madrid and London in October

Red Hat is organizing two 3-day workshop for partners about various technologies, including JBoss BPM Suite, FSW and xPaas.  Both will take place in the next few weeks, one in Madrid and one in London, and I'll be attending both.

Important: this event is for Red Hat Channel Partners***, not end users or customers. 

Come spend three days with Red Hat experts and learn about JBoss BPM Suite, Fuse Service Works, and OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service. This three-day master class will include product presentations, roadmaps, industrial use cases, panel discussions, and hands-on lab sessions, as well as the opportunity to talk one-on-one with the experts.
The speakers of the events are: middleware product leaders, principal architects and partner enablement experts. Many of them work as commiters in many open source communities. This is a great chance to meet the worldwide experts!

Madrid:  Tuesday, Oct 21 - Thursday Oct 23 2014
London: Monday, Oct 27 - Wednesday, Oct 29 2014

This is pretty last minute, but if you're interested and (would like to) qualify as Red Hat Partner, ask for an invitation from

*** Red Hat Partners create an eco-system where they are building solutions or offering services based on existing Red Hat products.  For example, they might be delivering service projects or IT product as ISV partners, or delivering solutions based on Red Hat products as system integrators.  For more info, check out