DMN Method and Style 2nd Edition Now Available

//DMN Method and Style 2nd Edition Now Available

DMN Method and Style 2nd Edition Now Available

The link is https://www.amazon.com/Dmn-Method-Style-2nd-Pracitioners/dp/0982368178.  As I posted recently, the second edition is completely rewritten and updated to DMN 1.2.  The examples are all executable and the book follows closely my updated DMN Method and Style Basics (available now) and Advanced (about a week away) training.  It’s just gone up today, and looking lonely with zero reviewers.  So please, if you like it, post a review on Amazon.

By |2018-10-11T09:20:59+00:00October 11th, 2018|DMN|3 Comments

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  1. nickbroom November 19, 2018 at 2:29 am

    One quick question on your naming conventions used in this new version and the cookbook – in the first version you highlighted the parsing issues caused by having FEEL names with spaces in them. Your subsequent examples then used camel case throughout; you even made an acerbic observation about naming standards in https://methodandstyle.com/classification-decisions-business-users-like/ 😉

    In these two new books you seem to have adopted names with spaces. Apologies if there’s a reference to this change in the book that I’ve just not found and I’m wondering whether this now constitutes part of your recommendation for DMN style now? Is it because the parsing issues have been addressed with 1.2? Or something else?

    Thanks

    Nick

  2. Bruce Silver January 2, 2019 at 8:18 am

    Nick, Apologies for delayed reply. Two years ago I thought the idea that business users would absolutely reject names without spaces was ridiculous. But spaces in names seems to be a must-have after all, at least for the members of the DMN task force. So I’m going along with that. It causes difficulty in parsing FEEL, but with Red Hat’s open source FEEL parser available, that obstacle has mostly gone away.
    –Bruce

  3. rhorner January 8, 2019 at 12:35 pm

    Just bought your book DMN Method & Style. Love it. Wish I knew that there was a second addition available. Should have looked closer.

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