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.

  • Automation Reinvented

    How Deutsche Telekom scaled automation fast – using RPA and Camunda  Deutsche Telekom, one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies, manages one of Europe’s largest Robotic Process Automation (RPA) implementations, automating more than 450 processes managed by 3000 unattended bots. Despite achieving savings of more than EUR 93 million last year through RPA, Deutsche Telekom’s Service division, which takes care of 100 million customer requests each year, has embarked on a mission-critical journey to gradually transition from frontend to backend automation, replacing bots with APIs. Significant Scale Deutsche Telekom’s digital transformation journey began in 2015 as the business sought to tackle pain points in manual customer service processes, according to Vice President Service IT  Marco Einacker. However, with underlying...

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  • How to advance your career by contributing...

    True story: A recruiter quits his job, contributes to open source, gets a job as a software engineer.

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  • Camunda BPM Telemetry: Community FAQ

    Camunda BPM version 7.14 includes the option to turn on Telemetry as explained in this earlier blogpost. This anonymous data will be used to help us better understand what people are really doing with the engine and will make it easier for us to highlight the community influence on future roadmaps.  When any of us stakeholders bring new potential features to the table for an upcoming release, our opinion on its own isn’t enough to shift the roadmap. Any good proposal needs to be data-driven. At the moment, a lot of the data I bring along with my proposals comes from forum posts, individual requests on JIRA, and one-on-one conversations with community members at user groups or other events. This...

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