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Hi Friends,

I am a java person with 4+ years experience.
I recently got a call from one of the reputed organization regarding a job offer. Its related to BPM tool Pega.
They told me that it's a java based framework and has less coding. It has drag n drop kind of features and can be used to define business processes. Also this is one of the niche fields and has very less professionals.

I am not at all aware about this field and its career prospects.
Guys can you all help me about this tool and also should i be going forward with this?
Thanks in advance.
 
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Go and take it if you want to. The description is accurate. It is a business rules engine tool that has a drag and drop interface. Few people know how to use this tool.
 
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They are Business Process Management tools and when used together with SOA, they really add value to your career as you already know SOA is being employed increasingly these days.
 
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Have a look at the jBPM web site http://www.jboss.com/products/jbpm/ to get an idea.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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