Transforming Development with Scrum and Business Rules
How to Achieve Measurable Results
Interested in improving development productivity? This is for you.
Tuesday, March 5
10:30 a.m. CT, approximately 40 minutes
Scrum is a framework that enables development teams to be more productive. Jeff Key, Sr. Vice President of Engineering for InRule Technology, shares his perspectives on Scrum – why they chose it, how they use it, lessons learned and more.
Business rules are an enabling technology used to implement logic as rules instead of error-prone, difficult-to-maintain hard code. Mike Grucella, Systems Engineer, will show real-world examples of complex decision logic implemented as business rules.
The result of both is that teams work efficiently and achieve decisive results.
Business Perspective: Getting to the Handshake
Measurable Results from IT/Business Collaboration
CIOs, enterprise architects, subject matter experts: hear about ways to make decision logic transparent and configurable.
Wednesday, April 3rd
This webcast provided an overview of the process used to develop an architecture and vocabulary for projects that involve highly complex rules. The “handshake” represents the acceptance of an accountability model that makes “what the business logic is” a business focus and “how that logic is executed” a technology focus. This process assists in bridging the gaps that exist between IT coding business logic and users driving dynamic applications that automate their decision making.
Loren Goodman, CTO of InRule Technology, will share keys to success and cover topics such as:
- Establishing a vocabulary framework
- Separation of concerns: logic definition and logic consumption
- Establishing authoring vocabulary and context
- Observations and recommendations from client implementations
The business focuses on business logic. IT focuses on how that logic is executed. Systems Engineer Al Sterling showed how to author and manage rules within an environment that is configurable by users, extensible by developers.
User Perspective: Thinking in RulesTM
Reducing Development Effort and Risk
Whether you're a CIO, Business Process Owner, or IT Developer or Manager, you'll hear how your peers have transformed software development.
Wednesday, May 1
10:30 CT, approximately 45 minutes
William Leannah, Enterprise Architect at DentaQuest, will discuss real-world examples of capturing business intent for decisions and configuring the behavior of applications without programming effort and risk. His case studies include CIO, Business Process Owner, and IT developer perspectives. William is also an Adjunct Professor at Marquette where he earned his Master’s Degree with a thesis on Business Rule Technology.
Rik Chomko, Chief Operating Officer of InRule Technology, will demonstrate how to capture business intent and implement decisions as business rules. He will show rule authoring, verification and management capabilities for business users and developers.
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