Towards Modelling Processes


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Anonymous at 17:20 on 30 Oct 2015


Anonymous at 17:49 on 30 Oct 2015

Unfortunatelly, boring.

Anonymous at 18:38 on 30 Oct 2015

Interesting theory, would have liked more practical stuff

The best point was made on the last slide: 'Complex systems require a temporal model'. I think the presentation would have more impact for me, if this point was made sooner. Other than that probably interesting for developers who have limited 'business' experience.

Anonymous at 23:04 on 30 Oct 2015

Sorry, but boring

Anonymous at 00:02 on 31 Oct 2015

Boring. Too many words per each slide.

Anonymous at 09:26 on 31 Oct 2015

Anonymous at 12:28 on 31 Oct 2015

In a presentation that is so theorical some code examples really would help, it was hard to follow without examples

Anonymous at 15:48 on 31 Oct 2015

Anonymous at 16:27 on 31 Oct 2015

Lot of smoke

Quite boring, with lack of hands-on examples. The diagrams were too abstract too.

Interesting topic and talk, full of real-life examples. The cons were that there was too much material covered, less examples but more pacely explained to people that mught not have that specific business processes background might have help to better follow the talk.

The slides definitively need more effort to make them visually appealing and informative, since they are supposed to complement what speaker says.

Very interesting concepts about communication and event driven, and problems that can occur on enterprise applications, but I missed some real samples about how to solve them into code or architecture design.

It's a good topic to consider when designing our model, although more code would have helped the dense explanation. Kinda difficult to follow in overall.

Anonymous at 22:35 on 3 Nov 2015

There were some good things in there, like event sourcing, but sorry to say this, I found it long and...quite boring