Understanding the Revolutionizing Power of BPM

What is BPM? We can always come up with obvious answers as to how successful business succeeds and why others do not. Typical answers being: Branding – how their products appeal to their target customersCustomer service – how a company responds to customer concernsAdded Experience – how each customer enjoys the product beyond their expectationsPrice – how customers relate the value and service...

Introduction to BPM Notation (BPMN)

A standard Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) will give businesses an understanding of their business procedures in a graphical notation. It will communicate these procedures in a standard manner. BPMN raises the bar from procedures being simple checklists. Instead of checking tasks off of a list, a business process can be a full blown procedure involving decisions and tasks...

MongoDB and Bonita BPM: Power-up Process Applications

The first thing I’m gonna do is I’m gonna go through a quick refresh about what RDBMS are (Relational Database Management Systems) and we’re gonna go and deep dive into the subject. We’re gonna explore NoSQL databases and we’re gonna look at that with MongoDB in mind. Then next point, I’ll be exploring the differences between NoSQL databases and the traditional relational databases and in...

Designing With Emotion

In the competitive and aggressive world today, creativity will take a person to the top. Discovering new things will open continuous possibilities. Often, a person will go an extremely and exceptionally long way if he/she seizes these endless opportunities. In the industry of computers and web designs, technology plays a huge and important role in order to maintain its standards...

Using screen as a serial terminal on Mac OS X

If you develop on an Apple and find yourself doing any sort of device or embedded development, you will quickly find the need for a serial terminal on Mac.  There are a few software apps out there, but I find it much simpler to simply use the terminal application “screen”. This works well particularly if you have an RS-232 serial...