Revision as of 08:37, 18 August 2011 by Marc.dutoo.openwide.fr
JWT official presentations and publications
Please find here some resources about public presentations describing the ideas, components and vision of JWT.
Released or Accepted:
- Eclipse Summit Europe 2007 : Java Workflow Tooling (JWT) - slides TO BE PUT ONLINE
- Eclipse Summit Europe 2008 : JWT and STP - slides, overview. Thanks to Oisin Hurley, during his STP talk, we were given the opportunity to present a few slides about STP - JWT synergies, since our original JWT talk was not approved.
- Eclipse Con 2009 : submission, slides TO BE PUT ONLINE, demo screencast
- Eclipse Forum Europe 2009 : Execute Your Processes with Eclipse JWT - slides TO BE PUT ONLINE
- Articles in Eclipse magazine, see below
- Eclipse Summit Europe 2009 : Aspect Oriented Modeling - submission, slides, overview in French
- Linux Solutions 2009 - OW2 Conference - Scarbo : Going BPM on SCA - slides, overview
- Eclipse Con 2010 : Painless (?) Metamodel Evolution - submission, slides
- Second article in German-speaking Eclipse magazine about views and aspects
JWT mentions in the press
- "An Eclipse Galileo flyby". IBM developerWorks.
- "Galileo freshman project". Blog entry by Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation Marketing.
- "Geschäftsprozesse ausführen mit Eclipse JWT". German article about JWT by Florian Lautenbacher, Christian Saad and Bernhard Bauer. Eclipse-Magazin 4/09, pages 89 - 92.
- "Why BPEL is not the holy grail for BPM" by Pierre Vigneras, from Bull's BPM Team. This article mentions JWT, showcases its UML representation and Augsburg U.'s BPEL generation for JWT.
- "Choosing between Routing and Orchestration in an ESB" by Adrien Louis, Chief Product Architect of the PEtALS ESB and Marc Dutoo, Open Source architect at Open Wide and JWT co-lead. This article mentions how workflow and orchestration are meant to complete each other and how it is being addressed by new initiatives like the Process Virtual Machine (PVM) at runtime and JWT at devtime.
- "Generation of Workflow Code from DSMs" by Stephan Roser, Florian Lautenbacher and Bernhard Bauer. 7th DSM-workshop together with OOPSLA 2007, Montreal, Canada. Describes a framework about how to generate block-based code from graph-based models.
- arturogf.wordpress.com, english, 2008, compares some workflow modeling tools.