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October Rules Fest (Oct. 22-24) is moving to a larger hotel in Dallas

October Rules Fest, the conference on rulebased and knowledgebased systems, is moving to a larger hotel, the Sheraton Dallas Hotel on October 22-24.

ORF is a three day gathering of the best and brightest speakers in the rules engine and knowledge base industry.  This conference on business rules technology features the inventors and scientists behind rules and knowledge management technologies, systems, and methodologies.

See the conference flyer for more information about the agenda, sessions, sponsors, and speakers. Cost is $150 and you can register here. So far people have signed up from Germany, Australia, UK, Singapore, Canada and the US.

Speakers include:

Dr. Charles Forgy, Inventor of the Rete algorithm
David Butler, Countrywide
Chris Collard, Dell
Dr. Jacob Feldman, Open Rules
Dr. Gopal Gupta, University of Texas at Dallas
Rolando Hernandez, BIZRULES
Dr. Richard Hicks, EZ-Xpert
Dr. Leon A. Kappelman, University of North Texas
Dr. Dan Levine, University of Texas at Arlington
Carole-Ann Matignon, Fair Isaac
John McQuary, Fluor Corporation
Jason Morris, Morris Technical Solutions
Michael Neale, Drools / Red Hat
James Owen, Knowledge-Based Systems Corporation
Mark Proctor, Co-author of Drools, Drools / Red Hat
Gary Riley, creator of CLIPS
Daniel Selman, ILOG JRules Rule Studio Team Lead
Carlos Seranno-Morales, Fair Isaac
Lawrence Terrill, EBDX.com
Edson Tirelli, Drools / Red Hat
Art Tortolero, Enterprise Rules Architect

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