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Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

When BPMN 2.0 was developed a decade ago, the task force’s primary goal was making BPMN models directly executable on an automation engine, something that wasn’t exactly possible with BPMN 1.x. Consequently, the rules of the BPMN spec focused almost exclusively on “operational semantics.” In doing so, they lost sight of what the majority of BPMN users cared about much more, which is making the process logic clearly understandable from the diagrams.

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