BPM 2010 Demos: Deadline Extended

Some weeks back I told you about the Demo Track at this year’s BPM Conference in Hoboken, US. Well, it turns out that there was probably a little less interest than expected, but in any way the deadline for submissions has been extended to 30 May.

Like I have told you the last time around: Software implementations and demos are a vital part of BPM research. BPM often gets accused of being too much of an “ivory tower” science, where little scientific results actually get to influence the professional practice. We here at Fluxicon attempt to fix at least some part of that perception, most of all when it relates to process mining. However, it is up to all of you to go prove that BPM researchers can not only draw visions of a beautiful future, but also lay the first stepping stones towards it, and put your code where your mouth is!

Anyway, again the happy news: The deadline for submission of demo proposals has been extended to 30 May. If you have some code you would like to showcase, get those few pages written and go have yourself some fun in NYC!

Christian W. Günther

Christian W. Günther

Product development and everything else

Christian has that touch for creating software which looks good, is easy to use, and performs great. He has been a leading core developer for the scientific process mining tool ProM since 2005.