I have previous mentioned the Project Risk Profiler application that we built for iPhone last year. We use the application as part of our Information Command and Control seminars and as a demonstration tool. One of our Microsoft practice developers, Tim Murphy, built a version of the Project Risk Profiler for Windows Phone.
Happy 25th Birthday to Lotus Notes!
Thu, Nov 27th 2014 9:00a John D Head Hard to believe that Lotus Notes was officially released 25 years ago today. Now, we can trace the birth of Lotus Notes back to University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana (Go Illini), but as far as the official product - today is that day. Hard to believe the product is 25 years old and still around. Most of those 1.0 applications still work in the current 9.0.1 product - which is just another testament to what an amazing product Notes is. Thanks for the career Lotus Notes. Thanks for friends an [read] Keywords: lotus
My OpenNTF.org retirement starts today
Thu, Oct 2nd 2014 9:16a John D Head As of 10 am today, I am officially no longer part of the OpenNTF.org elected Board of Directors. Itâs the first time since the rebirth of OpenNTF.org in 2009 and elected officers that I am no longer participating. I made the decision a year ago to retire and it was the right call. I will miss OpenNTF.org and working with it actively, but I knew it was time to do something new. I have been really active with STEM in Chicago and a non-profit called Lumity, and I have to pick where I spend my [read] Keywords: application
Speaking at SharePoint Fest Chicago 2014
Mon, Sep 29th 2014 9:46a John D Head I am very excited to announce that I will be speaking at SharePoint Fest Chicago 2014 on December 8 - 10, 2014 at McCormick Place Convention Center West. This is not a user group, but a paid conference. The session: DEV 201 - Beyond Responsive Design â Turning SharePoint into a mobile and modern web application platform John Head and Chris Johnson - PSC Group When you think about building modern and mobile applications with SharePoint, most people think about responsive design. [read] Keywords: application
ProgPower 2014 - An Experience of a lifetime
Mon, Sep 22nd 2014 12:33p John D Head So those of you that follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram know this - but last week, I was lucky enough to attend ProgPower 2014 in Atlanta. I made the first ProgPower 15 years ago here in Chicago, but this year's line-up really was a no brainer for me. So we all have our own musical tastes. Mine have shifted in the past 15 years or so. I used to really love the power metal style - think Helloween, Stratovarius, etc. along with progressive - my readers know how much of a Dream Theat [read] Keywords: ibm
Taking a new role at Lumity - Outreach Director on the Executive Committee
Fri, Sep 19th 2014 10:03a John D Head I am really excited to announce that I have accepted a position on the executive committee of the Board of Directors of Lumity as the Outreach Director. As a current board member, this just extends my involvement. I have been lucky enough to help with the business development processes and performance the past two years, and in July took over as the chair of the Operations Committee. My new role is slightly wide open in terms of specifics, but it will let me get more involved in an organization [read] Keywords: community
Inviting you to particpate in the IBM Domino/Notes Community Survey
Tue, Sep 16th 2014 1:33p John D Head Have you ever wondered what other companies plan on doing with IBM Domino? Now is your chance to find out. PSC has committed to collecting feedback from Domino users worldwide, and sharing the results of this survey back to the community. Please take 30 seconds to answer the questions below and share this URL via social media. The more responses gathered, the more valuable this information is. Letâs work together to capture the big picture view of where companies see Domino in their futu [read] Keywords: domino
Fri, Sep 12th 2014 6:56p John D Head So my blog turns 11 today. [add comments about number of blog entries] [read] Keywords: