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ConnectED and The Now
Tue, Jan 20th 2015 8:09a   Mike McGarel
"I never look back darling. It distracts from the now." -- Edna Mode, The Incredibles. Edna's words could apply to this year's IBM ConnectED, the new name for the annual ICS conference (formerly Lotusphere, then Connect). The size, the session tracks, the target audience -- they have all changed to re-invigorate the conference and better align with IBM's "now." I am not alone in thinking that this year will be the last in Orlando, as IBM's contract for this location is endi
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AD107 Session Slides and Databases from MWLUG 2014
Mon, Sep 29th 2014 11:10a   Mike McGarel
At MWLUG 2014, Graham Acres and I presented a session that describes a way to use Java to build a shopping cart application. The zip file was too big for BleedYellow, so here are the session slides, the source database, the app for Domino 9.0, and the app for Domino 8.5.3. In the session, Graham and not only discussed code, the the thinking behind the code. We hope it helps in your journey into the Java language. By the way, I also posted the session slides on SlideShare.




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