About Geoffrey De Smet

Geoffrey De Smet (Red Hat) is the lead and founder of OptaPlanner. Before joining Red Hat in 2010, he was formerly employed as a Java consultant, an A.I. researcher and an enterprise application project lead. He has contributed to many open source projects (such as drools, jbpm, pressgang, spring-richclient, several maven plugins, weld, arquillian, ...). Since he started OptaPlanner in 2006, he’s been passionately addicted to planning optimization.

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Creating your own Drools and jBPM Persistence with Infinispan

Original post here by me: Hello and welcome to a post in which I intend to show you how to create your own implementation of drools and jBPM persistence. I’ve worked on an infinispan ...
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Score DRL: faster and easier in OptaPlanner

For OptaPlanner (= Drools Planner) 6.0.0.Beta1, I ‘ve replaced the ConstraintOccurrence with the much more elegant ConstraintMatch system. The result is that your score DRL files ...
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Drools Planner renames to OptaPlanner: Announcing www.optaplanner.org

We’re proud to announce the rename Drools Planner to OptaPlanner starting with version 6.0.0.Beta1. We’re also happy to unveil its new website: www.optaplanner.org. OptaPlanner ...
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