My Lotusphere Review

Now the dust has settled from Lotusphere, I would like to offer my thoughts in review. First – let’s get it over and done with – it was my first Lotusphere as a speaker. Hopefully it will not be my last. I certainly intend to submit abstracts new year. I had a great co-presenter in […]

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"Get Social. Do Business" – More Case Studies Including The Yellowverse and XPages

I’m sure you’re aware of the tag line for this year’s Lotusphere, because you’re reading this, so you’re already getting social. I spoke a couple of days ago about my personal experiences, culminating in a very enjoyable and well-attended session yesterday. But I’m sure that will just be another small step down the road. I

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Why "Get Social. Do Business" Makes Sense

The key topic of this year’s Lotusphere was “Get Social. Do Business”. The buzz phrase is Social Business. Outside of Lotusphere I wonder whether decision makers will understand what it means. Did I realise yesterday that the social business toolkit was relevant to me? Does the name tell me why I should use it? No. But Social Business

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Three Announcements

It’s been a busy couple of weeks at Intec. First there was ILUG, my third LUG of the year and a new session for me. Thanks for the evaluations, the comments were very encouraging. My concern when rehearsing it was echoed by one of the respondents, that there was too much material really for a

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This Week in Lotus 19 – XPages Xcellerated…and Taking Notes

This week I was invited to take part in This Week in Lotus, the main topic for which was the XPages Extension Library and OpenNTF. I would strongly recommend any XPages developer to listen to the podcast, it’s one of the resources I use rigorously to keep me up to date on all things Lotus

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Meditations on an Application

Yesterday Chris Toohey provided one of his typically insightful articles about the change of nomenclature with Domino R8, from database to application. To paraphrase the article, it was a challenge to developers to think before hitting Ctrl + N, that a developer’s toolkit should contain reusable modules that are extended and assembled into an application.

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On the Shoulders of Giants – How We Learn

Over the last week I have been doing some investigation on dojox charting, building on the XPages tutorial samples of Chris Connor and the pure dojo tutorials of Doug McMaster and Eugene Latzukin on SitePen, the basis for parts of the article on dojocampus. Despite their work, I suffered a number of frustrations trying to produce the

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