CTO Tuesdays, 3/22: How Socrates simplifies the use of data

Join Active Endpoints CTO, Michael Rowley, on Tuesday, March 22 at 12pm ET / 16:00 UTC for the latest episode of CTO Tuesdays. The topic is "How Socrates simplifies the use of data." Register: www.activevos.com/ctot.

In previous CTO Tuesdays episodes, Michael has shown how Socrates simplifies the design of screenflows through the innovative concept of guidance trees. In this week’s episode, Michael will demonstrate how Socrates also simplifies how data is used. Socrates screenflows can call automated steps, but unlike technologies that have come before, it does not require the designer to map input and output parameters to variables. This unique approach puts more burden on the developer of the automated step so that the domain expert who is creating guidance trees can use automated steps without any complex data mapping.

Technologies discussed on CTO Tuesdays cover a wide variety of BPM technologies, including BPMN 2.0, SOA, web services, process modeling tools, BPEL, execution engines, AJAX-based forms development and human task integration.

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