Mary Thengvall joins Camunda

I am very happy to announce that Mary Thengvall is joining Camunda as our new Director of Developer Relations.

Mary is very well known in the Developer Relations Community. Besides other initiatives, she has written the book The Business Value of Developer Relations, she is publishing the DevRel Weekly Newsletter and co-hosts Community Pulse, a DevRel focused podcast.

Mary Thengvall - Director of Developer Relations Camunda

At Camunda, Mary will lead our new Developer Relations and Community team. She will
work together very closely with product development as well as the open source community ensuring we continue to make Camunda the go-to workflow and decision automation stack for developers.

Please join me in welcoming Mary to the Camunda Community!

Get the full scoop in Mary’s Blogpost.

  • Publishing “Practical Process Automation”

    A Book about Orchestration and Integration in Microservices and Cloud-Native Architectures In today’s IT architectures, microservices and serverless functions play an increasingly important role. But how can you create meaningful, comprehensive, and connected business solutions if the individual components are decoupled and independent by design? How does this all affect business processes and process automation? I’ve been thinking about this question for a long time now, and I discussed it with many customers in real-life scenarios. This resulted in many blog posts, conference talks and articles. This again led to countless discussions, that showed one thing clearly: We need guidance. Today I am thrilled to announce that I’ve condensed my experience (and of course the whole Camunda team’s to some extent) in...

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  • Highlights from the Summer Hackdays 2020

    The Camuda hackdays are a wonderful time of year where the people in the company who like to code spend about three days working on their own fun passion projects, either in a team or by themselves. These projects have often become the catalyst for new features and community extensions. This year we had more people than ever joining for the hackdays and of course for the first time we did it fully remote! Supported by a lovely care package from the wonderful Camunda backoffice team. Hence all the lovely hats in the pictures below!  More than 20 teams gathered together. At the end of the three days we got to watch each team present their project. The kinds of...

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  • Announcing Hacktoberfest 2020

    We’re excited to announce that Camunda will be participating in Hacktoberfest this October! Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of all things open source, created by DigitalOcean and 2020 will be their 7th year running this amazing event. Last year saw more than 60,000 challenge completions with a total of 482,182 pull requests opened, and this year should prove to be even larger. This is Camunda’s first year participating in Hacktoberfest and we’re looking forward to being a part of an event that promotes involvement in, and contribution to, open source projects. Open source aligns to many of the ideals that Camunda stands for, including open communication, collaboration, transparency, and community-oriented development. So whether you’re a beginner or an expert coder,...

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