Making the BPM List, Checking it Twice

  • January 10, 2011
  • Scott
  • 5 Comments

In a quick flurry of list-updating, the Process Cafe (aka Gary Comerford) has published a new “BPM Blacklist” of BPM bloggers and twitterers that he considers most-worthy of following (the top 10, as he puts it):

To qualify for the BPM Blacklist a blogger has to meet the following criteria:

  1. Blog regularly on the topic of BPM, BI or BPMN
  2. Produce good quality, informative posts
  3. Tweet, be tweeted or retweeted regularly.
  4. Has to be someone I read and follow

Criteria 1 and 3 are along a continuum. If someone hasn’t posted for a while but has been regularly tweeting good content then I can cut them some slack. Similarly if they blog a lot but don’t tweet regularly.

Of the available bloggers who meet this criteria I have then selected my top ten. This may not equate to your top ten.

His list includes some of the blogs I particularly like to read (Bruce, Adam, Sandy, the Ninja, Keith, and Max).

Marco Brambilla has published a somewhat longer list that I like better.  Maybe because our blog is listed in his results (!)….  Unless I missed it, they’re both missing Anatoly’s excellent blog, as well as John Reynolds’ more occasional posts on his Thoughtful Programmer blog (admittedly, he has a wider range of topics as well).  Perhaps we can get Jaisundar to post more on his Bouncing Thoughts blog.

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