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Racing Camel with BPM & JBoss Fuse Workshop—Getting Love Worldwide

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Racing Camel with BPM & JBoss Fuse Workshop—Getting Love Worldwide

Learn more about the upcoming "Racing Camel with BPM & JBoss Fuse Workshop in a Can" workshop and how it's being advertised within Red Hat's global offices.

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Just in case you missed it, we recently announced that there is a Racing Camel with BPM and JBoss Fuse workshop that you too can put together for your events, work, customers, partners and even family should you so desire. The next time you are in a Red Hat office somewhere in the world, keep your eyes peeled for the digital signage that is displaying all manner of news. They are somewhere on the walls at our offices all over the world, from Amsterdam to Singapore, from Raleigh to Tokyo.

Keep your eyes peeled as we have hijacked the sequence and inserted our very own Racing Camel with BPM & JBoss Fuse Workshop In A Can announcement. It looks like the image found here and even includes a QR code that you can scan to jump right to the workshop itself.

Feel free to use the slide in your presentations and if you happen to see one of these live, snap a picture, push it out on twitter to @ericschabell.

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jboss fuse ,fuse esb ,brms ,workshops ,bpm suite ,automate ,jboss

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