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James Taylor

Business rules, requirements and use cases

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Scott Sehlhorst had a nice post today on Business Rules Hidden in Use Cases and, as I have not really talked much about rules and requirements on this blog I thought I would point my ebizQ readers to the post and, indeed, to Scott's blog. Managing the rules of your business like they are requirements is a bad idea - rules are not requirements. Scott's article is great, focusing on rules and use cases, and I blogged once before about this in the context of a presentation I saw - Live form Brainstorm - Business Rules and Requirements Management at the IRS.

If this topic interests you, Scott and I are speaking on this topic at the 10th annual BRF2007Business Rules Forum - an event that is a great way to find out a lot not only about business rules, business rules technology, decisioning and decision management, how rules and decisions fit in SOA and much more.  Scott and I have a session near the end called "Getting It Right. Rules and Requirements in Software". I am also speaking on "Business Rules, Decision Management and Smarter Systems" with Neil Raden, my co-author on Smart (Enough) Systems. This year's event has speakers on business rules, semantics, data mining, BI 2.0, decision management, SOA and much more. You can see the full list of presenters, and their companies, here. There is a PDF of the schedule posted and you should not forget the tutorials that run before the main conference as they offer great introductory material for those new to the subject.

Readers of the blog can get a $100 discount using this code:7DJTDV. So now you have no excuse not to register for what promises to be an excellent show.

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James Taylor blogs about decision-management technologies such as predictive analytics and business rules, discussing how they deliver agility, improve business processes and bring intelligent automation to SOA.

James Taylor

James Taylor blogs on decision management for ebizQ, and is an independent consultant on decision management, predictive analytics, business rules, and related topics.

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