Continuing from last week, thank you, Mark, we have a number of jBPM related posts this week. There are also some related Hibernate posts. Shall we start with releases?
Nicola Ferraro posted a very well thought out and in-depth article about the Saga pattern in Apache Camel (version 2.21.0 or higher). Not familiar with the Saga pattern, not sure when, or how you would use it, this blog is for you. Head on over to his blog to learn more.
Eric Schabell has been on the West Coast of the USA for a few weeks. While there, he was invited to speak at the Portland Java User Group (PJUG). If you weren’t one of the lucky 29 people in attendance, that isn’t a problem. You can hit the recap and see his slides over on his blog.
Vlad Mihalcea released the weekly Hibernate Community Newsletter a few days ago. It highlights a number of articles, releases, and Q&A for the Hibernate suite of projects. Certainly worth a glance to get back up to speed with the latest happenings within that community!
As stated earlier, jBPM had a number of blog posts this past week. Two of them (http://mswiderski.blogspot.com/2018/04/jbpm-work-items-repository-tips-tricks.html and http://mswiderski.blogspot.com/2018/04/jbpm-work-items-are-really-simple.html) relate to Work items. Work items are the way to build custom services which can be used within a process. Maciej teaches more in the mentioned blog posts. He also wrote about KIE Server custom queries in jBPM 7.8. Lastly, there’s a recap of bpmNEXT 2018 Day 3 over on Kris Verlaenen’s blog.
We hope you have enjoyed this week’s JBoss Weekly editorial! We also look forward to seeing you at Red Hat Summit 2018 in San Francisco!