I'm passionate about BPM with a particular focus on process automation and process engines. My mission is to deliver the best possible experience to developers who want to use BPM technology in their applications. I'm a Java EE 6 aficionado and believe in polyglot technology stacks based on open standards.
I like cooking, eating, traveling, drumming and -ing words.
Together with Bernd I run Camunda. Running a business is mostly fun, but not always. Sometimes it really sucks. I mean, completely. But then again, it's also fun.
Anyway, I am doing BPM since 2004, and I know by first-hand experience: If you apply BPM in the right way, it will make your business suck less and more fun to run.
And isn't that what it's all about?