Presentations from EntwicklerCamp 2014 – Track 3

Track Session Subject Download Presentation
Track3 Session1 LotusScript Best-Practices (“keep it simple”)$FILE/T3S1-Lotusscript.pdf
Track3 Session2 Java Beans sind kompliziert? Nicht die Bohne!$FILE/T3S2-JavaBeans.pdf
Track3 Session3 OpenNTF – Die neue Applikationen and Controls für 2014$FILE/T3S3-openNTF.pdf
Track3 Session4+5 All things X – 180 Minuten Session$FILE/T3S4+5-All-Things-X.pdf
Track3 Session6 Applikationsentwicklung mit XPages und IBM Connections$FILE/T3S6-Entwicklung-Xpages-Connections.pdf
Track3 Session7 DOTS – reloaded$FILE/T3S7-DOTS_reloaded.pdf
Track3 Session8 JavaScript für Fortgeschrittene$FILE/T3S8-JavaScript%20f%C3%BCr%20Fortgeschrittene.pdf

Presentations from EntwicklerCamp 2014 – Track 2

Track Session Subject Download Presentation
Track2 Session1 IBM Connections$FILE/T2S1-IBM%20Connections.pdf
Track2 Session2 XPages und Connections$FILE/T2S2-Xpages%20und%20Connections.pdf
Track2 Session3 iNotes deep dive$FILE/T2S3-iNotesDevPres.pdf
Track2 Session4 Notes Database Security – Analyse, Konzept und Techniken$FILE/T2S4%20Notes%20Database%20Security.pdf
Track2 Session5 XPages und Java$FILE/T2S5-XPages_und_Java_2014.pdf
Track2 Session6 Einsatz von Resource-Bundles am Beispiel der Realisierung von Mehrsprachigkeit und flexibler Menüstrukturen der XPage-Applikation. Managed Beans$FILE/T2S6-ResourceBundles.pdf
Track2 Session7 iNotes$FILE/T2S7-iNotesXPagesDevPres.pdf
Track2 Session8 WebServices und REST$FILE/T2S8-XPages_WebServices_und_REST.pdf

Question after Lotusphere – Notes Social Edition

Yesterday I read a list of reviews of Lotusphere 2012. Especially around the next version of Notes, Notes Social Edition (hopefully will become nicknamed Notes Social Addiction) I have some questions. Maybe you can provide me more details?

From Alan Lepofsky’s blogpost:

The next version of Lotus Notes, named Social Edition will include a new Home Page featuring the same activity stream that is available to Connections users on the web. This new feature will require an IBM Connection server, but the pricing and licensing for that has not yet been announced. 

From David F. Carr’s review for InformationWeek:

Organizations that take advantage of both Notes and Connections will be offered an upgrade to Notes Social Edition, which makes social content including the OpenSocial application embedding capability, available within the Notes environment.

Odd that Ed Brill does not mention this in his description of Notes Social Edition.

Can someone explain how the deal for Notes Social Edition will be?

Discussion: Integration points between Domino and Connections/SharePoint?

With some days out of office due to some family extension I am a bit low profile on anything in the Yellowsphere.

So with a mini-me in one hand and the laptop in the other I try to see  stuff more in reflection. One thing that affects my future is the discussion and choice of a social platform.

I never have had a good feeling about (or received the request to investigate) the following question:

What are the integration points between Domino and Connections/SharePoint? Which platform has the most or best advantages for existing ‘Notes’ customers?