IBM Lotus technical workshops can help you and your customers (who might be developers) take advantage of the latest application development technologies. It is designed to help technical customers gain greater insight on building collaborative Web applications and will provide access to a range of developer focused materials. The workshops will feature technical presentations on our offerings and strategy, lab materials with step-by-step tutorials and example code and projects that help fast track a first time developer. There will also be web training offered that you can listen to at your convenience.
IBM experts will share some new tips and techniques for building collaborative Web applications. You can learn about the latest application developer advancements that will help extend your skills and expertise associated to designing and deploying world-class applications.
This workshop is offered in two formats—classroom and virtual, so you can chose the style best suited to your schedule and location.
XPages and how it provides new advantages for your applications
Composite applications and how they run in the Lotus Notes client
How to extend the Eclipse RCP based Lotus Notes client using plugins
How to build a Lotus Domino Web application using Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.1
Project Management Tool Added to LotusLive
Thu, Dec 15th 2011 10:10a Tom Simmons There has been a lot of news recently in the Lotus brand. There have been updates to the LotusLive offering with the addition of ProjExec, over the wire mailbox transfers, and updated Files functionality.
For this Blog, we are going to focus on the ProjExec news. This is exciting because we have used ProjExec in the past to work with our clients.
For those of you not familiar with ProjExec, it is a social Project Management tool built by the Trilog Group, a long time Lotus partner.
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Lotusphere is Coming
Fri, Oct 21st 2011 12:10p Tom Simmons For some reason, I have not heard too much about Lotusphere 2012. It is into October, and I usually start seeing more information going out. For 2012, Lotusphere is planned for January 15-20. This is IBM’s premier Collaboration, Social Business, and Portal event of the year.
This year, I am sure there will be a huge focus on mobility, social business, and cloud. We hear at least two of these topics with almost every customer. I am also seeing many more RFIs and RFPs requesting Cl [read] Keywords: collaboration