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Craziest 2012 CEP Predictions – Watson, Kardashian, the BCS and More

Remember the last time you were home in the evening, there was little in your kitchen to eat but you didn’t want to go out? Then you had an idea – that you could concoct a delicious meal made from a variety of completely unrelated and forgotten frozen and semi-fresh food coupled with rarely used spices  and other odd ingredients.  That’s a lot like predicting the future. If you stay safe and conservative, you’re going to get close to what you expect. But, if you get all crazy (think stir fry Top Ramen and turkey jerky), your prediction will sound cool, but has a low probability of working out (unless you are on Top Chef). (more…)

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What Tim Tebow and CEP Have in Common?

Actually, not much, but I couldn’t pass up a chance to mention Tebow in a blog after yet another miraculous victory.  Seriously, there’s actually some interesting commonality with CEP and not just Tim Tebow, but most NFL quarterbacks.

Tim Tebow loves CEP

In his new book ‘Event Processing for Business‘, father-of-CEP, David Luckham says, “In today’s fast-paced corporate environment, real-time events require immediate action. Event processing (EP)-the ability to  collect, analyze, and react to real-time events-is a key component of twenty first century business information systems.” (more…)

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