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OpenNTF @ IBM ConnectED
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Paul Withers    

With less than a week to go until IBM ConnectED, it's a good time to announce what OpenNTF and its board members will be doing at the conference. Because of the smaller conference, OpenNTF have not been able to secure a booth in the sponsor area this year. But OpenNTF and its board members will be very active around the conference.

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IBM Champions / OpenNTF / SocialBizUG Reception, Monday 7.30 - 8.30pm, Swan Crescent Terrace
OpenNTF will join with the IBM Champions program and SocialBizUG to host a reception on Monday evening, after the Showcase Reception. The reception will have the theme of 25 years of Notes and will be hosted by Mat Newman. There will be various activities organised, so come along.

Various OpenNTF board members will be involved in sessions during the week. In session order, here they are:

XPages Performance and Scalability (MAS103), Sunday 2.15 - 3.15pm, Swan 7-10
OpenNTF board member Paul Withers co-presents with Tony McGuckin with advice for all XPages developers on optimising performance and scalaibility in XPages applications.

IBM Domino Applications on Cloud (MAS104), Sunday 3.45 - 4.45pm, Swan 7-10
OpenNTF Chairman Christian Guedemann co-presents with Pete Janzen to give technical, architectural and licensing recommendations when moving to the cloud. XPages and cloud development will be a big theme for this conference, so it's worth attending.

IBM Domino Applications on Bluemix (AD201), Monday 2.15 - 3.15pm, Dolphin S Hemisphere 2
OpenNTF board member Martin Donnelly will talk about how to use buildpacks like XPages and node.js to leverage Domino on Bluemix.

Bring Your Application to the Next Level with Open Source Software from OpenNTF (CHALK101), Tuesday 7.00 - 7.45am, Swan 1-2
Join OpenNTF Chairman Christian Guedemann and board members for a discussion about all things OpenNTF.

OpenNTF Domino API: The Community API (CHALK102), Tuesday 6.15 - 7.00pm, Swan 1-2
Join OpenNTF board members Paul Withers, Nathan T Freeman and Jesse Gallagher with other contributors and consumers of OpenNTF Domino API to find out why it's a game-changer for XPages. And hear about the latest big OpenNTF project, CrossWorlds, which uses the API to help developers build Websphere Liberty Profile applications that use Domino as a back-end database.

IBM Domino Application Development (CHALK201), Wednesday 7.00 - 7.45am, Swan 1-2
Join the IBM XPages development team, including OpenNTF board member Martin Donnelly, for a lively discussion about all things XPages.

From XPages Hero To OSGi Guru: Taking The Scary Out Of Building Extension Libraries (BP106), Wednesday 8.30 - 9.30am, Swan 3-4
OpenNTF Chairman Christian Guedemann and fellow board member Paul Withers give a deep dive introduction to debugging and building OSGi plugins to enhance reusability within your XPages applications.

GURUpalooza (GURU101), Wednesday 10.30 - 11.30am, Swan 5-6
All the speakers from the Best Practices track, including OpenNTF board members, will be on stage to answer your questions in what is arguably the most exciting session of the conference.

Ask the Developers and Product Managers, Wednesday 11.45 - 12.45, Swan 5-6
OpenNTF board member Martin Donnelly will join his fellow IBMers to answer the audience's questions.

In addition to the sessions, OpenNTF board members and committers will be active throughout the conference. So come and meet us. The current board members can be found on the People behind OpenNTF page.


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