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Top 5 reasons to attend Lotusphere2012

Top-5-Reasons for LS2012 I would say rule #1 is the strongest argument where I work… :-/

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Lotusphere 2011 – Bildr demonstrated at BP207

Niklas Heidloff emailed me before LS2011 that he would demonstrate Bildr during the session BP207 Apps, Apps, and More Apps: Meet the Very Best Open Source Apps from OpenNTF. Unfortunately I had a conflict in my agenda so I did

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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

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Lotusphere sessions videos

In the LS goodies bags you can find an order form for LS sessions on DVD. While other events are available online for free (MIX, WWDC, I/O) Lotusphere is still available with restrictions for a considerable price. Maybe a vote

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Arrived at the Cockroach/Swan hotel – Lotusphere

Today I arrived after a long trip at the Swan hotel and discovered after 10 minutes a cockroach in my room (#951 East if you happen to get that room assigned). I explicitly asked after a single key to my

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“Guess Who?” Contest – Lotusphere

Anyone guessing Julian Assange?

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99 problems…

…but my registration for Lotusphere 2011 ain’t one! At least I hope so. CU there!

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I am Patrick Kwinten. I am a IBM Notes Domino Product Specialist since 1996. With this blog I am trying to give my contribution to the community.

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