Lotusphere – Day 1

Here is a summary of my experiences on day 1:

OGS

This or this as opener?

I guess I share similar feelings with others on this one. Although Notes Next looked pretty awesome in the demos! I just wonder if ‘older’ users can choose a ‘simple’ version in their preferences?

I kinda liked the theme choice even when it is not techie.

Rated: 6

 

AD101 IBM Lotus Domino Designer – Today and tomorrow

Most of the new features were already known and no big announcement for tomorrow so a bit ‘modest’ (the work done is nevertheless highly appreciated).

Rated: 6

 

AD110 Building XPages by the book

I visited this session in the hope to be able to go through the 800+ pages a bit more effective.

The book looks promising and I guess I have to read it from the beginning till the end.

Actually kinda cool to applause to Philippe Riand, chief architect of XPages!

Rated: 7

 

 

AD307 Application Development with the IBM Lotus Sametime SDK

The SameTime Proxy Toolkit on JavaScript and Dojo looks cool!

Rated: 7

 

 

AD111 Developing Mobile Apps for Webkit Browsers Using XPages

A quick go-through + demo of 2 excellent OpenNTF projects. I hope to be working on mobilizing apps in the near future.

Rated: 9

 

 

AD107 Microsoft Sharepoint Meets IBM Lotus Domino Development Deep Dive

When east meets west – There’s gonna be one hell of a mess – Or Love Is A Battlefield Of Wounded Hearts.

Rated: 9

 

 

Product Showcase Reception

A cold beer was exactly what I needed to flush away the hangover of the welcome reception yesterday.

Rated: 10

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Born in Holland, current country of residence is Sweden. IBM Notes Consultant since 1997. Main focus is Xpages development. Other interests: computers, motorcycles, music (bass guitar) & cooking.

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