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JBoss Webinar Slides Available - Getting a Move on with JBoss BPM Suite 6

02.02.2014
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broadcast previously that I would be doing some storytelling on a webinar this week, around Red Hat JBoss BRMS & BPM Suite products.

This webinar was to give a light overview and then take a look closer at the migration of an older JBoss BRMS 5 project to the soon to be available JBoss BPM Suite 6.

There were over 300 registrations for this event and I got a lot of questions online during the event that I was not all able to get to. Don't worry, I will be getting to them over the next week and get back to you personally if you asked a question that did not get answered live online.

Here are the slides I used, for your viewing pleasure.


Watch for those replies and thanks for joining me for this story!
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