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Speaking at BLUG
Kathy Brown    

In all the new job excitement, I forgot to mention that I will be speaking at BLUG, the Belux Lotus User Group, again!

Jess Stratton and I will be presenting:

Collaboration, Party of One: When You’re Both the Dev and the Admin

When your administrator and your developer are one and the same, and they’re both you, things can get confusing. As the administrator, you’ve got a lot of power. Frequently, the role of administrator is to lock things down, keep the server running smoothly and tune performance. As the developer, you want a lot of power. You want unlimited agents to run anytime you want, as frequently as possible, with little to no limitations! So how do you reconcile these opposing needs when you have to play both roles? Jess and Kathy will show you how to use separate IDs, location documents and other fail-safes to make sure your party of one is successful!

Hope to see you there!



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Notes Developer Tips Articles – August Edition
Tue, Aug 19th 2014 7:17p   Kathy Brown
IBM ConnectED 2015 Many people have looked into their crystal balls and tried to guess what would become of Lotusphere, errr, IBM Connect, for 2015.  While full details are not yet out, we do have a new landing page to see.  As well as a new name, again.  Sort of. UPDATE: Registration is now open! Did You See These? Often we go about our lives, and we don’t notice when new things appear. Take for example, Content Types on a Computed Field. Did you notice when several new content types [read] Keywords: collaboration ibm lotusphere notes application google
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Review: Hands On Sencha Touch 2
Tue, Aug 19th 2014 6:12p   Kathy Brown
Hands-On Sencha Touch 2 By: Lee Boonstra O’Reilly Publishing Right off the bat, I like the comparison to Sencha Touch versus jQuery Mobile, Appcelerator Titanium, and Kendo UI Mobile.  (Although a bit biased, perhaps, as the author is employed by Sencha, but still useful).  The book targets beginner to intermediate programmers, experienced with JavaScript, JSON, CSS3, and HTML5. Contents Introduction to Sencha Touch Installation The Fundamentals The Class System The Layout System Stru [read] Keywords: connections application javascript mobile server widgets
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Race Report: What?!
Sun, Aug 3rd 2014 9:15p   Kathy Brown
That’s right.  It’s a race report.  My last report was for my disappointing marathon in 2010.  My last actual race was a 10k in June…of 2011.  Over three years ago. Last week, I ran in the Yankee Homecoming 5k.  I just re-started running again recently.  Recently == June.  I knew I could finis, but I knew I wouldn’t be fast.  I had no expectations other than just running.  Not a lot to report on the race itself.  Official race time: 31:15.  I came in smack in t [read] Keywords:
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IBM Champion!
Mon, Jul 28th 2014 4:12p   Kathy Brown
So many of the IBM Champions have received their “swag” kits.  As a repeat offender, errr, Champion, I felt I had a bit of experience on my side when selecting my swag.  Last year’s jacket only came in Men’s sizes.  Figuring I’d rather have a jacket too big, than a jacket too small, I ordered an XL, which was as you can imagine EXTRA LARGE.  So this year, we had women’s sizes to choose from.  I selected TWO jackets in TWO sizes, figuring I would at least [read] Keywords: ibm
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Video Review: Build a Strong Angular JS Foundation
Tue, Jul 22nd 2014 10:18a   Kathy Brown
Build a Strong AngularJS Foundation by Lukas Ruebbelke and Matias Niemala O’Reilly Media This video series has nearly three hours of content broken into six modules. Each module is broken into smaller video chunks. Generally each video is one to three minutes long, although a few are around the ten minute mark.  Exercise files and a sample application are included for download with the videos. Module 1: Hello AngularJS Module 2: Module Module 3: Controller Module 4: View Module 5: Services [read] Keywords: application
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SocialBizUg Articles – July Edition
Tue, Jul 22nd 2014 10:15a   Kathy Brown
And here we are, the July edition of articles posted on SocialBizUg.org… Fixing Issues in SourceTree I’ve written a few articles on source control.  As you’ve probably guessed, I’m a big fan of source control.  In those articles, I use the Mercurial plugin within Domino Designer with a Bitbucket repository. Lately, I’ve been using Sourcetree to take care of the handling between the NSF, the on disk project, and the online repository.  No solution is 100% perfect and Sourcetree [read] Keywords: domino xpages javascript
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SocialBizUg Articles – June Edition
Tue, Jul 22nd 2014 10:09a   Kathy Brown
I fell behind a bit in blogging these, so here are the articles posted to SocialBizUg.org for June … Code For Tim I lost an incredible friend and our community lost an incredible contributor. Tim Tripcony passed away May 11, 2014.  His friend and co-worker, Scott Hooks, posted the news on LinkedIn and asked that people share their memories of Tim there.Many, many people did just that. Read more… Review: Mastering XPages, 2nd Edition Question:  What are three things that have h [read] Keywords: domino notes notes client xpages application blogging community linkedin server
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My First Computer
Wed, May 28th 2014 2:12p   Kathy Brown
Ant Pruitt, over here, asked if you remember your first… computer.  Of course I do.  I have the world’s worst memory, but I remember my first computer. We had the Commodore VIC 20.  With it’s awesome tape cassette player to store programs.  We were not rich by any means.  I was too young to realize that this may have been expensive.  I don’t even remember if my mom had it for work or what.  But we had it.  And I remember spending hours at it.  Until we upgraded t [read] Keywords:
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View Article: Getting Started with XPages Localization
Fri, May 23rd 2014 8:03a   Kathy Brown
Part 1 of the article I co-wrote with Brad Balassaitis is now available on the View website. This is a deeper dive on the topic that Brad and I co-presented at IBM Connect earlier this year.  Part 2 will be coming out soon. The enterprise is global. If your organization stretches across borders or your clients are in other countries, you cannot just develop an application in your native language and expect that to be good enough. XPages allows you to enable localization and provide multiple lan [read] Keywords: ibm xpages application enterprise




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Review: Getting Started with VMware Fusion, by Michael Roy – Packt Publishing
Thu, May 22nd 2014 9:12p   Kathy Brown
Getting Started with VMware Fusion By Michael Roy Publisher: Packt Publishing This 74-page quick-start guide to help you get up and running with VMware Fusion. Content Installing Windows 7 and upgrading to Windows 8 Keeping your old PC alive Much ado about snapshots Keeping Your VM and Your Data safe Printing from Windows Network Adapters – what’s the difference? Connecting peripherals to Windows Dedicating an external keyboard exclusively to Windows “I’m stuck, now what?” Summar [read] Keywords: domino mac network vm vmware widgets




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