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BPMN Patterns and PMF in Singapore – Oct 14-15 2009

Blog: - Rick Geneva

I will be doing an advanced process modeling training in Singapore on October 14th and 15th, 2009. This is a public class through my employer, Intalio. However, the content of this class is not specific to Intalio. In fact, it’s applicable to any form of process modeling even if you have no intention of creating executable process models. The course will contain in-depth coverage of my upcoming book content including process patterns and the Process Modeling Framework (PMF).

I’m using this class as a test run of the book content. Also there will be some hands-on exercises and real-world use cases to analyze. So if you happen to in the area during October, I’d love to have you in my class.

I just booked my trip to Singapore. What a trip this will be. I’ve been to Australia but this one is a much longer flying time. I will be in the air for 14 1/2 hours from Atlanta, GA USA to Tokyo. Then there’s another 7 1/2 hours to Singapore. Total flying time is 22 hours. I think the hardest part will be spending more than 24 hours in daylight. This will definitely throw off my sleep schedule. I suppose I’m whining because many of you hardcore travelers out there have probably done much worse than this. Besides the flight, I’m really looking forward to this trip. I always enjoy seeing other parts of the world on somebody else’s bill.

Many thanks to my colleague Arnaud Blandin in Singapore for organizing this event.

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