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  1. Sample application demonstrating an order fulfillment system decomposed into multiple independant components (e.g. microservices). Showing concrete implementation alternatives using e.g. Java, Spri…

    Java 1.2k 419

  2. Showcase using Camunda BPM on .NET Platform with C# (no Java Coding required!)

    C# 151 54

  3. Example implementation of the Saga pattern for the classic trip booking example using the lightweight open source workflow engine (Camunda).

    Java 248 112

  4. Example implementation of the Saga pattern for the classic trip booking example using the lightweight open source workflow engine (Camunda) and C#.

    C# 161 56

  5. Simple example using Camunda and Spring Boot to define a simple microservice communcating via AMQP, fully unit tested and deployable in the cloud

    Java 198 122

  6. Kafka Connector for Zeebe.io

    Java 66 38

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June 2022

Created 1 repository
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
lwluc/camunda-ddd-and-clean-architecture 1 pull request

Created an issue in camunda-community-hub/spring-zeebe that received 1 comment

Check (and probably retire) ZeebeExpressionResolver

Why is this needed and can we probably remove it?

1 comment
Opened 5 other issues in 4 repositories
berndruecker/customer-onboarding-camunda-8-springboot 2 open
camunda/camunda-platform-docs 1 open
camunda/zeebe 1 open
camunda-community-hub/camunda-7-to-8-migration 1 open
2 contributions in private repositories Jun 14

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