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Inducted into the OpenShift Accelerator Program Means More bpmPaaS

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It is no secret that I am a big fan of the OpenShift Origin and enterprise products.

There is just something about having a simple to use Platform as a Service (PaaS) that allows a true developer to ignore all the questions about how to setup her infrastructure before deploying her project.

I have focuses mainly on Java, but not exclusively as you can find in my available list of OpenShift demo projects on github.com which is currently numbering 29 various projects to get you started.

I have also spoken around the world on the topic of getting started with OpenShift as a PaaS platform for development with the following focus:

This week I was inducted into a brand new OpenShift Accelerator Program where they plan to bring structure to what we do as unofficial evangelists in the communities interested in OpenShift.
Look forward to continue spreading the word about OpenShift, especially as it pertains to running bpmPaaS projects, my demos around JBoss BRMS and BPM Suite, and whatever else I might be working on that the time.


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