Ars Technica: What’s the difference between college-level and corporate programming?
Mon, Dec 2nd 2013 6:40p Bruce Elgort This article strikes home as I am now completing my first year being a college instructor who teaches computer programming:
When they graduate and get their first job, a lot of students feel like they don’t really know how to program even though they may have been good programmers in college.
What are some of the differences between programming in an academic setting and programming in the ‘real world’?
In a traditional undergraduate computer science program you learn [read] Keywords:
Thank you Joyce Davis
Mon, Dec 2nd 2013 12:38p Bruce Elgort I wanted to take this opportunity to personally thank IBM’s Joyce Davis for her tenure as the IBM Collaboration Solutions Community Manager. I have learned so many things from Joyce over the years that it would be impossible to list them all however, the one thing that I have learned from her more than anything is to always look at the bright side of an issue or a person. Always focus on the overall good, rather than a moment of dissatisfaction.
Being a community manager can’t be an [read] Keywords: collaboration
I want it NOW!
Sun, Dec 1st 2013 8:59p Bruce Elgort We’re excited to share Prime Air — something the team has been working on in our next generation R&D lab.
The goal of this new delivery system is to get packages into customers’ hands in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles.
Putting Prime Air into commercial use will take some number of years as we advance the technology and wait for the necessary FAA rules and regulations.
More > [read] Keywords:
CIO.com: IBM Will Beat Amazon Web Services Because Process Beats Product
Sun, Dec 1st 2013 11:47a Bruce Elgort With all of the AWS projects I have been involved with lately, I found this article quite interesting:
IBM will eventually beat Amazon Web Services, writes CIO.com columnist Rob Enderle, but not because AWS has an inferior product. In many ways, AWS is better than IBM’s cloud offering. But Big Blue’s experience with enterprise customers, not to mention the federal government, shows that great businesses processes often beat great products.
What are your thoughts on the IBM acquisitio [read] Keywords: ibm
Our community mourns the loss of Jens-B. Augustiny
Tue, Nov 26th 2013 9:14p Bruce Elgort Today I received the following email from Jens-B. Augustiny’s son Herbert:
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
Last Saturday my father, Jens Augustiny died. You are entered in his
address database and because of this you are receiving this sad news. For
details please refer to the attachment.
Since we are not sure whether we can address all friends, business partners
and customers, we ask you to forward this message to other people which had
contact with Jens.
I w [read] Keywords: community
— Ryan Baxter (@ryanjbaxter) November 24, 2013
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Sun, Nov 24th 2013 10:05a Bruce Elgort I’m so glad that we named our product IdeaJam and also trademarked the name. Notice that Jive uses “Idea Jam” and not “IdeaJam”. Ninety percent or more of the prospects that Elguji sees lately think that IdeaJam is an IBM product. It’s actually quite fascinating and we are very blessed. Our event-based IdeaJam cloud services are booming. [read] Keywords: ibm
Coming Soon – Bruce and Steve’s Coding School
Fri, Nov 22nd 2013 10:53a Bruce Elgort Sometime in February 2014, Steve McDonagh and I will be launching an online coding school. I hear you saying “Bruce, there are tons of these available already. Why would you do this?”. Well, let me tell you why. Our school will hold one class at a time and will be limited to twenty students . Ten of them will work with Steve and ten of them will work with me.
A Book on IBM Connections: What’s Possible?
Tue, Nov 19th 2013 9:10p Bruce Elgort One of the major challenges with getting people in organizations to adopt new collaboration tools – or social business technologies – is helping them to understand what their work would look like if they were to shift to the new way of doing things. Often vendors talk about their products through the lens of features and functions, which is definitely helpful but not enough by itself.
As an independent collaboration strategist, one of the ways Michael Sampson works with clients is to [read] Keywords: collaboration
Snagit for OS X gets an update
Tue, Nov 19th 2013 6:55a Bruce Elgort Snagit has been my “go to” app for on OS X for all things screen capture. This update adds some nice features that I have been asking for. Snagit in combination with Camtasia 2 for screencasts are the most used tools now in my “educators toolbox”. [read] Keywords: mac
This made us smile…
Mon, Nov 18th 2013 8:38p Bruce Elgort Elguji Software just wrapped up an IdeaJam event for the University of Texas, LBJ School of Public Affairs that took place last week. In the mail today we received a handwritten thank you note from the jam’s primary stakeholders. Gayle did an awesome job as the success manager for this event.
I absolutely love what we have done and continue to do with our IdeaJam product. We get to work with so many great companies and organizations from around the world. We are truly blessed. [read] Keywords: ideajam
EYE Chart Magazine – Putting Apple and Tech News in Focus
Mon, Oct 14th 2013 7:56a Bruce Elgort Ken Ray of the MacOSKen podcast has started a new Apple news magazine called EYE Chart available in the App Store:
This digital-only publication covers Apple news and technology news, since it’s nearly impossible to cover one without covering the other. Monday through Friday, readers will get financial news, hardware news, software news, retail news, consumer news and more. If it’s Apple or related to Apple, EYE Chart aims to cover it.
You can get the magazine as a single issue for [read] Keywords: apple
Mac-cessibility Network: All Things Accessibility for Apple Products
Sun, Oct 13th 2013 9:34p Bruce Elgort On the October 13, 2013 episode of the legendary MacCast, Adam Christianson interviews Josh de Lioncourt, a blind Apple products user. Josh is part of the Maccessibility Network which focusses on accessibility of Apple products:
Maccessibility is devoted to connecting, compiling, and providing easy access to the best resources for blind, visually impaired, and other disability groups using Apple products. It is maintained by a dedicated group of visually impaired volunteers, who are Apple en [read] Keywords: apple
Camtasia 2 Update for Mac
Tue, Sep 24th 2013 10:46a Bruce Elgort TechSmith released version 2.5 of their Camtasia 2 for Mac software. Here are a list of the fixes and improvements:
Enhancements in Version 2.5.0
Added a share history window
Added Facebook and Twitter buttons in the share history window using the built-in social features of OS X 10.8 and later.
Improved capture frame rate by leveraging a new capture method on OS X 10.8 and later
Added an integrated color picker and a user preference for those who prefer the system color picker
Added a “M [read] Keywords: development
Connect 2014 Call for Abstracts is Now Open
Mon, Sep 23rd 2013 6:26p Bruce Elgort The Connect 2014 conference agenda is built with one objective in mind: offering value to each individual attendee. Our mission is to have you walk away having learned something you cannot learn anywhere else AND having learned something that you can put to use in your business setting immediately. Last year over 350 top-notch speakers—clients, partners, and industry experts—shared their business stories and technical expertise with thousands of attendees, resulting in the highest session ra [read] Keywords: collaboration
Fill in the blank
Sun, Sep 22nd 2013 5:44p Bruce Elgort The other day Voker Weber shared his thoughts about BlackBerry and he stated the following:
The sentiment. BlackBerry smells of old. People want new. iPhone. Maybe Android. Once people have made up their mind to divorce you, it’s a tough thing to turn around. It’s no longer good enough to be good enough. You have to be way better.
Now let me change the above to this:
The sentiment. ______________ smells of old. People want new. iPhone. Maybe Android. Once people have made up their mi [read] Keywords: blackberry
Unexpected Apple iCloud Keynote Issue
Tue, Sep 17th 2013 7:17p Bruce Elgort While trying to access an Apple Keynote slide deck from (the now out of beta) iCloud web interface I encountered the following:
It looks like I will need to reconsider how I use this service in the future as many of the slide decks I have are larger than the 100mb limit. [read] Keywords: apple
Add Spacers to the OS X Dock
Sun, Sep 15th 2013 12:06p Bruce Elgort A few days ago I was watching a video tutorial about CodePen and I noticed that the narrator had spacers in his OS X dock. A quick Google search found this Life Hacker article by Melanie Pinola on how to issue a few Terminal commands to get spacers in the dock.
Hope this helps you get your OS X Dock tidied up. [read] Keywords: google
Please join me in welcoming three new OpenNTF Directors
Fri, Sep 6th 2013 12:12p Bruce Elgort OpenNTF announced earlier this week that there were three new Directors elected to the OpenNTF Board. They are:
I have the privilege of knowing and working with Paul, Nathan and Mark on many occasions. I’m confident that their knowledge, experience, creativity and vision will continue to infuse momentum into OpenNTF. Please join me in welcoming them to OpenNTF.
Please also be sure and thank Ulrich Krause and Julian Woodward for their time serving [read] Keywords: openntf
Source Control for Notes, Domino and XPages
Fri, Sep 6th 2013 11:51a Bruce Elgort A few months back FoCul Ltd. launched a wiki to collect all things related to source control for IBM Notes, Domino and XPages application development:
Source Control has many many advantages for both developers and organisations but it is a complex subject. At FoCul we have been running a project to adopt Source Control on our XPage projects. There is not much documentation about Source Control with DDE and getting this far has been both a difficult and rewarding process.
We don’t have all [read] Keywords: domino
Required reading: Typography in ten minutes
Tue, Aug 6th 2013 11:18a Bruce Elgort This is a bold claim, but i stand behind it: if you learn and follow these five typography rules, you will be a better typographer than 95% of professional writers and 70% of professional designers. (The rest of this book will raise you to the 99th percentile in both categories.)
All it takes is ten minutes—five minutes to read these rules once, then five minutes to read them again.
More > [read] Keywords:
Fri, Aug 2nd 2013 12:00p Bruce Elgort Here is the first cut at skinning Elguji Software’s IQJam software to make it iOS7-”ish”:
This was recently requested by an IQJam customer. [read] Keywords:
iOS 7 color palette
Tue, Jul 23rd 2013 5:51p Bruce Elgort Thomas Ricciardiello has created a nice iOS7 color palette over on dribble.com. Thomas supplies the colors in Adobe Color Palette format as well as a .png. [read] Keywords:
I’m quite surprised with these results
Wed, Jul 17th 2013 8:39a Bruce Elgort Yesterday I performed a completely unscientific poll asking “What’s your primary app development target platform?” and I am quite surprised with two things:
44% of the 75 participants are still primarily developing rich client apps.
Only 9% are developing primarily for mobile/tablet
What’s your take on these results? [read] Keywords: development
More changes on the horizon
Tue, Jul 16th 2013 10:14a Bruce Elgort Back in April I notified the OpenNTF Board that come this October I will be stepping down as Chairman of OpenNTF – The Open Source Community for IBM Collaboration Solutions. October is when my term as Chairman would normally end. You might have seen on the OpenNTF blog that nominations for eight board seats are now accepting nominations. Once the new board is elected a new Chairman will be elected. I will be working with the new Chairman to ensure a smooth transition.
I highly encourage al [read] Keywords: collaboration
Just one look and you are up to speed
Mon, Jul 15th 2013 7:41p Bruce Elgort If you haven’t checked out Panic’s Status Board app for the iPad I highly recommend that you do. Using a combination of the IdeaJam API’s and RSS feeds I was able to put together the status board that you see above. The super cool thing about status board is that you can use AirPlay to beam it to an Apple TV connected to an display panel. You can also direct-connect the iPad to a display panel like Panic talks about in their blog entry.
Each of the panels auto-updates every m [read] Keywords: apple
Six months of teaching at Clark College
Tue, Jun 25th 2013 11:50a Bruce Elgort Back in December 2012 I wrote a post titled “A Change of Seasons” where I announced my new role as a Computer Technology instructor at Clark College. Six months later I am here to share with you some of my experiences of teaching Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, PHP, Advanced PHP and HTML/CSS Fundamentals.
Public speaking != Classroom teaching
One of the biggest misconceptions that I had about teaching was that it would be a lot like speaking at a conference. Man was [read] Keywords: ibm
Quick Tip: Turn off OS X Notification Center
Tue, Jun 18th 2013 11:38a Bruce Elgort On a occasion when I am sharing my screen with others I seem to always forget to disable OS X’s Notification Center. Typically you would turn it off using System Preferences however, I just learned that you can simply Option-Click on the Notification Center icon in the upper right corner of the menu bar to toggle it on and off. No more unexpected screen interruptions. [read] Keywords:
Remove HTML from Excel Files
Tue, Jun 18th 2013 8:54a Bruce Elgort Occasionally I will have an Excel file that contains HTML markup that I need to remove. The Excel Replace feature makes removing HTML easy. To remove the HTML tags highlight the cells that contain the HTML and then select Edit > Replace. In the “Find what” field enter . Leave the “Replace with” field blank and then click on the “Replace All” button. Poof! All of your HTML will magically be removed. [read] Keywords:
Technology Complacency – I’m in a good place
Thu, Jun 13th 2013 11:19a Bruce Elgort This is the first time in many years that I am not feeling the need to upgrade my desktop computer, laptop, smart phone or tablet. I’m not even feeling the slightest urge to to get new kit of any kind. My 27″ 2011 iMac is running great, my iPad mini is awesome, my 2012 Macbook Pro laptop is way more than I need on the road and for teaching and my iPhone 4s still works great.
In the past I would feel the effects of the Steve Jobs “reality distortion field” and feel compe [read] Keywords: desktop
It’s time to tell IBM how you really feel about some things…
Tue, Jun 11th 2013 9:40p Bruce Elgort IBM developerWorks has launched the developerWorks LIVE Jam which runs from June 11-18. Here you as a professional developer can give the developerWorks team your thoughts on how you prefer to learn technical skills, share your expertise, and build your online reputation. You can use your IdeaJam.net registration to participate in the jam. If you are not already registered you can register here. [read] Keywords: ibm
The IBM developerWorks Live! Jam
Fri, May 31st 2013 4:15p Bruce Elgort Registration for the IBM developerWorks Live! Jam is now open. The jam will open on June 11th and will focus on the following themes:
What would you envision as the perfect web site for developers?
How do you want to build your technical skills?
How do you want to build your on-line professional reputation?
How do you want to share with other developers?
How do you want to stay informed of what’s new on developerWorks?
What developer sites do you use?
How would you make developerWorks better? [read] Keywords: ibm
Podcast: Building a career out of LEGO bricks with Warren Elsmore
Wed, Apr 3rd 2013 8:21a Bruce Elgort Warren Elsmore wrote a book! It’s called Brick City and Warren describes it as “a celebration of the worlds’ architecture, recreated solely using the celebrated toy of the century, LEGO bricks.”
In our podcast with him, we discussed:
Is this an instruction book or an idea book?
Who is the target audience?
What was the book writing process like?
How and when can people buy this book?
And many more LEGO-rich topics…
Brick City will be in bookstores in several diffe [read] Keywords: podcast
Podcast: Cloud Cost Management Made Easy with Cloudability
Thu, Mar 14th 2013 10:40a Bruce Elgort On this episode we interview Mat Ellis (@matellis), CEO of Cloudability and talk about how Cloudability can help companies manage their cloud spend.
We talk about:
How Mat got started with Cloudability
How much cloud spend they are currently managing
What types of things are moving to the cloud
What newbies to the cloud should look out for
How Cloudability helps manage cloud spend
The services that they offer and their associated costs
The future role of “The IT Department”
and much [read] Keywords: podcast
Podcast: Opting In – Ed Brill talks about his new book
Sat, Mar 2nd 2013 6:51a Bruce Elgort Today we spoke with Ed Brill (http://edbrill.com), Director of Social Business and Collaboration Solutions at IBM, about his new book. It’s called Opting In: Lessons in Social Business from a Fortune 500 Product Manager, and it’s available both on Amazon.com (http://www.amazon.com/Opting-In-Lessons-Business-Fortune/dp/0133258939) and directly from IBM Press (http://www.ibmpressbooks.com/store/opting-in-lessons-in-social-business-from-a-fortune-9780133258936).
Why did y [read] Keywords: collaboration
Podcast: The IBM 2012 Tech Trends Report
Sat, Mar 2nd 2013 6:47a Bruce Elgort On this episode we interviewed IBM’s Paul Brunet, Vice President ISVs, startups and academic relations, IBM about the recent release of the IBM 2012 Tech Trends Report. During the interview we talked about:
Paul’s role at IBM
What exactly does the Tech Trends Report covers
What surprised Paul in the report
The growing skill gaps in technology
What IBM Is doing to help shrink the skills gap
Paul’s advice for developers and IT admins that are trying to keep up with all of the c [read] Keywords: collaboration
Please pray for a truly special young lady and her family
Sat, Jan 19th 2013 9:53p Bruce Elgort From my friend and ICS community member Chris Byrne:
My 17 year old daughter Grace, a senior honors student in high school who is dual enrolled at the University of Georgia, was running with friends after school last Friday. When crossing the street, she was struck by an SUV. She is now in the intensive care unit of a local hospital being treated for severe brain trauma. Grace is a multi-sport athlete at her school with varsity letters in Tennis and Cross Country, and was the MVP of the Ju [read] Keywords: community
A change of seasons
Wed, Dec 12th 2012 7:55a Bruce Elgort Starting on January 7th, 2012 and going through June, 2012 I will be an instructor in the Computer Technology program at Vancouver’s Clark College. The four classes are:
Winter 2013 Quarter
Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving (CTEC 121)
HTML Essentials (CTEC 122 – two classes)
Introduction to PHP (CTEC 127)
Spring 2013 Quarter
Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving (CTEC 121)
HTML Essentials (CTEC 122 – two classes)
Advanced PHP (CTEC 127)
Teaching is s [read] Keywords: domino
Take My Hand
Sun, Nov 18th 2012 12:14p Bruce Elgort This new video from CCA features Founder/CEO Regina Ellis and highlights CCA’s programs of JoyRx: MusicRx, MyMusicRx, the Chemo Pal Mentor Program and the Alexandra Ellis Caring Cabin. [read] Keywords:
Podcast: There’s Gold in Them XPages
Sun, Nov 18th 2012 11:57a Bruce Elgort We talked with XPages developers Jesse Gallagher (@Gidgerby) and Dr. Mark Roden (@markyroden) about:
How Jesse got started with Notes/Domino
How Jesse’s interest in Ruby on Rails spilled over into XPages
How a Notes/Domino programmer like Jesse has approached and been successful with XPages
How to approach XPages app development
What about Lotusscript?
How to write “clean” code
Using source code control
Moving from Lotusscript to MVC
Why Expression Language and Java are import [read] Keywords: domino
Podcast: What’s New with IBM Wikis
Sun, Nov 18th 2012 11:49a Bruce Elgort We talked to IBM User Experience Development team members Amanda Bauman, Craig Lordan, Kevin Giles, and Mike Stewart about what’s going on these days with the IBM Wikis. Topics included:
History of the IBM wikis
Types of content on the wikis (it’s not just random information spread across various pages)
New features in the latest iteration of the wiki template
Improvements in navigation and search
Dynamic content control
Bonus trivia: did you know that the short URL [read] Keywords: ibm
Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast
Sun, Nov 18th 2012 11:41a Bruce Elgort Mission Log is a Roddenberry Entertainment podcast with the sole purpose of exploring the Star Trek universe one episode at a time. That’s right, this podcast will cover six different series and 30 seasons of television by journeying into every one of the 726 episodes with a single mission: to explore, debate and discuss one of the largest science fiction phenomena of all time, Star Trek. Starting with The Original Series’ initial pilot and continuing chronologically until we reach the last [read] Keywords: apple
Podcast: Learning XPages with NotesIn9
Sun, Nov 18th 2012 11:01a Bruce Elgort Today we had the pleasure of interviewing the creator of the awesome NotesIn9 screencast – David Leedy (@notesin9). We were also joined by special guests Paul Calhoun and Dr. Mark Roden. We talked about:
How and why David got started with NotesIn9
Where the name for the show came from
What goes into producing a show
What community resources David provides
The XPages Cheat Sheet
What is the “Drive to 99″ Event?
The number of shows David has published
The number of contributors [read] Keywords: notes
Podcast: What’s new in IBM Connections 4
Sat, Sep 29th 2012 3:21p Bruce Elgort IBM Connections product managers Suzanne Livingston, Mac Guidera, Baan Slavens, and Luis Benitez fill us in on the new features of the Connections 4 (IC4) release, including:
Embedded experiences and activity streams
Improvements to the home page
Easily sharing information from any context with the Sharebox
What’s coming in the Connections mobile apps
Reporting and metrics (over 100 new reporting capabilities)
Bridging content from external websites and news sources
Here [read] Keywords: connections
JoyDrop: Give • Get • Share
Wed, Sep 19th 2012 9:09p Bruce Elgort This evening Apple approved the JoyDrop app that I developed for the Children’s Cancer Association.
JoyDrop offers a place to share spontaneous moments of joy.Your “drops” of joy, collected with others, can create a sea of joy. At the Children’s Cancer Association we like to call it the Joy Effect.We invite you to share your found joy, moment by moment, drop by drop by using the JoyDrop app.Please share often.
The app allows you to share your words of joy and post them to Facebook i [read] Keywords: domino
Podcast: IBM Connections, Social Recognition, and TemboSocial
Wed, Aug 29th 2012 12:30p Bruce Elgort Steven Green, CEO of TemboSocial (@TemboSocial), tells us all about The Hive. It’s peer-to-peer social recognition software that integrates with IBM Connections to help share knowledge, stories, and corporate culture among employees. Topics we covered included:
The importance of awards, achievements, and peer recognition
How all this ties into corporate culture and values
400,000+ stories on The Hive site for TD Bank since 2009
How does this integrate with IBM Connections?
Is it difficult [read] Keywords: connections
Podcast: IBM’s Ed Brill and Trust Factory’s Wouter Aukema
Tue, Jul 24th 2012 9:11a Bruce Elgort On this episode of the podcast we were joined by IBM’s Ed Brill (@edbrill) and Trust Factory’s Wouter Aukema (@waukema) and talked about:
The new partnership between IBM and Trust Factory first announced on Ed’s blog
Trust Factory’s DNA services offerings
What the partnership means for IBM customers
A special offer made by Ed
Ed’s new book project
What the book will and not be about and when it will be available
Who else will be contributing to the book
Notes Socia [read] Keywords: connections
So what’s there to complain about here?
Wed, Jul 18th 2012 3:41p Bruce Elgort On the Harvard Business Review Blog:
and when you click through:
If you then click through the various tabs you will learn that IBM isn’t only trying to market a single product and/or service (say IBM Connections) but offers some substantive services (and products) that in my humble opinion show the business and tech. [read] Keywords: connections
Podcast: Learning XPages with Mark Myers and Matt White
Mon, Jul 16th 2012 9:02a Bruce Elgort Based on his recent blog entry about learning XPages, we brought Mark Myers on the show to discuss his approach to wrapping your head around XPages, especially coming at it as a person with a strong Java background. Matt White was also on the podcast to offer the perspective of someone who has been helping people learn XPages for several years now. We discussed things like:
NOT thinking of XPages as “another Notes design element”
Coming to XPages from the Java developer perspective
[read] Keywords: notes
Sun, Jun 24th 2012 11:32a Bruce Elgort Martin Davies left this comment on the Taking Notes podcast site for the show we did with Paul Mooney and Gabriella Davis. On the show we talked about IBM Connections and more specifically the new Connections101.net site that Paul and Gab created:
This has to be one of the best ICS podcasts I have listened to in a long time. No sideways swipes, just great infectious enthusiasm built on an established deep technical foundation and amazing willingness to share . I echo Sean Cull’s though [read] Keywords: connections
Podcast: jQuery in XPages with Mark Roden
Sat, Jun 16th 2012 11:34a Bruce Elgort Today we talked to Mark Roden about using jQuery in XPages. Topics included:
Why use jQuery instead of (or along with) Dojo?
Any considerations about using jQuery and Dojo on the same page?
What are some good jQuery plugins to look at?
What about jQuery for mobile web apps?
How about documentation?
Mark’s website is xomino.com and his Twitter handle is @markyroden. Other links mentioned in the show were docs.jquery.com, stackoverflow, and Matt White’s X [read] Keywords: notes
Podcast: Ethical Hacking with Paul Mooney
Tue, Jun 5th 2012 4:58a Bruce Elgort Today we had Paul Mooney Blog (@pmooneynet) from Bluewave Technology on the show to talk about the “Ethical Hacking Workshop” he ran in London. We covered:
Where the idea for the workshop came from
What was your intention about the workshop
Why it is important
Mick Moignard’s blog entry about the Ethical Hacking Workshop
Who the intended audience was for
How the event was received by the attendees
What plans does Paul have to do it again
Other things Paul is working on
Th [read] Keywords: lotus
My slide decks from AdminDev2012
Thu, May 24th 2012 9:12a Bruce Elgort Last week I traveled to Washington, DC to participate in the AdminDev2012 conference being sponsored by The View. In addition to delivering two sessions on XPages, I was also part of a keynote panel of “IBM Champions”. All in all the conference was an excellent opportunity to interact with IBM ICS customers. I also had the opportunity to sit in on some great sessions being delivered by the other speakers.
The conference was also a blast from the past as there were several people who [read] Keywords: ibm