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Updates on the latest Outlook iOS App issues
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Warning ? Microsofts Outlook app for iOS breaks your company security
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IBM ConnectED: IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business – slides
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Speaking at EntwicklerCamp about iOS and Vaadin development
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Vaadin certified
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Vaadin does client-side debugging right
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Updates on the latest Outlook iOS App issues
Sun, Feb 1st 2015 424
Need to change Eclipse JRE for OS X 10.10 Yosemite
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Warning ? Microsofts Outlook app for iOS breaks your company security
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 26
IBM ConnectED: IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business – slides
Wed, Jan 28th 2015 15
Explaining Certificate Authentication – 101 style
Mon, Jul 14th 2014 13
Vaadin does client-side debugging right
Wed, Jan 7th 2015 13
Vaadin certified
Tue, Jan 13th 2015 11
WWDC 2014 Recap – Making users and developers happy – Part 3
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IBM Collaboration QuickStart image on SoftLayer - stumbling setup process
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Speaking at ICON UK 2014 – From Idea To App
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Rene Winkelmeyer
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Recent Blog Posts
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Speaking at engage about Traveler and App Development
Mon, Feb 16th 2015 2:02a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ll be speaking at engage.ug – the conference formerly known as BLUG – in Ghent. The lineup of content and speakers is awesome, so make sure you’ll be on March 30-31 there! IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business – Administration, Monitoring and Troubleshooting IBM Notes Traveler is increasingly becoming an important component in business since working with mobile devices is the rule rather than the exception. Even solutions such as BlackBerry 10 or (in the future
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Updates on the latest Outlook iOS App issues
Sun, Feb 1st 2015 11:29a   Rene Winkelmeyer
First of all: I haven’t expected that my previous blog post would create such a buzz… As I’ve received a great number of comment, mails, re-posts, re-tweets and so forth I’m taking this to get into some more details. Some background about me I spent the last four years nearly exclusively in the mobile area in building products for Mobile Device Management, Mobile File Sharing and securing Mobile PIM. Not talking about my experience in several administration topics inclu
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Warning ? Microsofts Outlook app for iOS breaks your company security
Thu, Jan 29th 2015 11:04a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Microsoft has released their iOS for Outlook today. And it will break your companies security for mobile PIM access in multiple ways! No matter if you’re a Microsoft Exchange or IBM Notes Traveler customer. I cannot believe that Microsoft has done what they’ve done. Even as a non-Microsoft guy I would have expected that they obey the rules of common company security rules. File sharing capabilities The app has built-in connectors to OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive. That means a
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IBM ConnectED: IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business – slides
Wed, Jan 28th 2015 7:45a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Here is my slide deck from the IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business session at IBM ConnectED 2015. ConnectED 2015 – IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business from René Winkelmeyer
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Speaking at EntwicklerCamp about iOS and Vaadin development
Tue, Jan 20th 2015 12:02a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ll be speaking at this years EntwicklerCamp (March 2-4, hosted by IBM Champion Rudi Knegt) about two development topics. From Idea to App “We need this data available on our mobile devices.” – an often heard requirement these days. But what needs to be done to achieve this? Learn in this session the steps to use your data, like that in IBM Domino, within a native iOS app. You’ll get a grasp on the MVC pattern in the Xcode IDE and see the benefits of the new Swift programming la
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Vaadin certified
Tue, Jan 13th 2015 12:05a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’m a big fan of proving my knowledge. Not only in my day-to-day job, but also in testing my (theoretical) knowledge in doing certification tests. As of yesterday I went down the road of becoming a Vaadin 7 Certified Developer.
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Vaadin does client-side debugging right
Wed, Jan 7th 2015 12:16a   Rene Winkelmeyer
One of the caveats when using server-side frameworks is that you often don’t have real debugging possibilities for the client-side generated code. There are often no built-in tools to help the developer with that. In the XPages world for example the XPages Debug Toolbar (created by Mark Leusink) should be, besides the usual tools like Web Inspector or Firebug, your weapon of choice. As I’m not really into XPages any longer – honestly, never have been really deep into them &#
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IBM ConnectED 2015: Talking about IBM Notes Traveler
Wed, Dec 17th 2014 12:11a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ve the great opportunity to speak at IBM ConnectED 2015 which takes places from January 25-28 at the Swan hotel. This year my session will be about IBM Notes Traveler (see below), you can use the Session Preview Tool to see what other sessions are planned. IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business: Administration, Monitoring & Support IBM Notes Traveler is increasingly becoming an important component in business since working with mobile devices is the rule rather than the exception. Even
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IBM Notes Traveler fixes available
Fri, Nov 7th 2014 8:08a   Rene Winkelmeyer
IBM has released the following fixes for Traveler: 8.5.3 UP2 IF8, 9.0.0.1 IF8, 9.0.1 IF7. I highly recommend to wait till the APAR listing is online so that you know what you’re installing! http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Lotus_Notes_Traveler_APAR_listing Downloads are available as usual at FixCentral (http://www-933.ibm.com/support/fixcentral/).
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Fixes for IBM Notes and Domino regarding POODLE and SHA-2 available
Tue, Nov 4th 2014 12:04a   Rene Winkelmeyer
IBM has released interim fixes for IBM Notes and Domino tonight that address the POODLE and SHA-2 issues. You can find the common description here which include reference links for the downloads. http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/IBM_Domino_TLS_1.0 This document describes the usage of the keyring file in that context. http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/dx/Domino_keyring Looking for further information? Go here. http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/xpViewTags.xsp?c
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My slides and code from ICONUK 2014
Tue, Sep 16th 2014 6:11a   Rene Winkelmeyer
First the most important: THANK YOU TIM AND CO. FOR ORGANIZING THAT AWESOME EVENT. And also thanks for the awesome speakers gift – a TP LINK nano wireless router. Very much appreciated. You can find my slides from ICONUK 2014 on Slideshare. ICONUK 2014 – From Idea To App from René Winkelmeyer The source code is located on GitHub.
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Speaking at ICON UK 2014 – From Idea To App
Fri, Jul 18th 2014 11:11p   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’m honored to speak at ICON UK 2014. The event is held at the IBM Client Centre in London, which looks like a first-class location. From Idea To App “We need this data available on our mobile devices.” – an often heard requirement these days. But what needs to be done to achieve this? Learn in this session the steps to use your data, like that in IBM Domino, within a native iOS app. You’ll get a grasp on the MVC pattern in the Xcode IDE and see the benefits of t
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Explaining Certificate Authentication – 101 style
Mon, Jul 14th 2014 12:11a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Less people know that one of my pet technologies I’ve worked with in the last years was everything around certificates. I’m not talking about SSL for websites only, more about using certificate-based technology in general. The reasons why I started with certificates was the incorporation of this piece of technology within different areas of our companies products. That has extended by time into other areas. Projects I’ve worked in and with involved for example: automatic ce
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WWDC 2014 Recap – Making users and developers happy – Part 3
Wed, Jul 9th 2014 12:12a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Here comes post no. 3 about WWDC 2014 (the last one in this series). So let’s see how to make users and developers happy. Generic Size Classes That’s in my opinion a huge improvement. So what does that mean “Generic Size Classes”? If you develop nowadays an app for you will use a Storyboard for the visual design. As iPhones and iPads have different variations of screen real estate one would normally have two Storyboards: one for iPhones, one for iPads. And that’
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WWDC 2014 Recap – Making users and developers happy – Part 2
Mon, Jul 7th 2014 12:05a   Rene Winkelmeyer
After describing the benefits of the upcoming changes regarding iCloud in my previous post about WWDC 2014 (I know – I’m late) I’m now talking about some more technical stuff. So let’s talk about Extensions and Frameworks. Extensions This will be the most user-visible enhancement of iOS 8 (and Mavericks). You know Apple and their restrictive handling of inter-app communication? Some people think it’s a curse, that apps aren’t allowed to communicate directly
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Automate the upgrade of Atlassian Stash on Linux
Mon, Jun 30th 2014 12:12a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Upgrading existing software is sometimes cumbersome. Long checklists, validating pre-conditions, maintaining backups etc. So is it with Atlassian Stash. Stash is an awesome software to manage your Git repositories. As Atlassian delivers often new releases it became tedious for me to upgrade our Stash installation. I wrote a small bash script that now automates the process for me. The script does the following: Read the Stash version number and download URL from a prompt Downloads and unpacks th
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WWDC 2014 Recap – Making users and developers happy – Part 1
Thu, Jun 26th 2014 12:11a   Rene Winkelmeyer
As said in my previous post WWDC showed that everything is about the users and the developers. Going through all the changes made it often hard for me to say “that’s only where developers benefit” and “that’s only where users benefit”. So I’ve started to write down some of the major changes that IMHO will affect the ecosystem mostly. But please – no “golden Apple cage” discussions on the things. Apple does everything for their ecosyste
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WWDC 2014 Recap – The conference, the location, the people, the message
Mon, Jun 23rd 2014 12:05a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’m a little late with this post as Apple’s WWDC conference happened nearly three weeks ago. But I don’t like to have things in draft mode – so here we go. The Conference I had the great opportunity to attend this years conference with my colleague Detlev. It was my second visit (first one was 2013). The week was exhausting (as the jet-lag was) and it took and will take some time for me to sort all things out. It’s IMHO outstanding for this conference that you
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Need to change Eclipse JRE for OS X 10.10 Yosemite
Fri, Jun 20th 2014 12:05a   Rene Winkelmeyer
When you install Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite you’ll have to re-install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). That’s a normal behavior on Mac devices. One thing that’s new here is that Apple has removed QT support. Apple stores in the folder /System/Library/Java/Extension additional files which supplement the JRE installation. Now with Yosemite the files QTJava.zip and libQTNative.jnilib are no longer part of the extensions. Depending on your JRE setup in Eclipse you now have to go
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Detecting Domino bitness in pure Java
Mon, Apr 28th 2014 2:30a   Rene Winkelmeyer
For a recent project I had to determine the bitness of IBM Domino in pure Java. One may ask if there is a reason to have that information. In my case I wanted to call some included native C libraries via JNI within an OSGi plug-in. And calling i. e. a 64bit library on a 32bit system…well…that just won’t work. I didn’t wanted to go with the assumption that on a 64bit operating system always 64bit Domino runs. As I’m serving “only” Linux and Windows the nu
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Detecting Domino bitness in pure Java
Mon, Apr 28th 2014 12:31a   Rene Winkelmeyer
For a recent project I had to determine the bitness of IBM Domino in pure Java.
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IBM Collaboration QuickStart image on SoftLayer – stumbling setup process
Fri, Feb 7th 2014 1:02a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I really like the idea behind the IBM Collaboration QuickStart image on SoftLayer (Niklas posted here). Helping new developers to get in touch with ICS technologies without going through installation hell. Personally I like to test things before I recommend them to others. So did I with the QuickStart image. Or better – with the SoftLayer account creation process. On slide 17 in the above link Paul Bastide has stated “We are going to skip the account setup…”. Now I know w
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Native app? Hybrid app? Some thoughts…
Mon, Feb 3rd 2014 1:01a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Some – for me – highly respected people demonstrated last week at Connect 2014 how to build mobile apps using IBM Worklight. It was nice to see how the tooling works as I haven’t looked into Worklight very deeply. At least because I don’t want to install another Eclipse and because Worklight doesn’t support the latest Eclipse version 4.3. I’ve often heard the wording “native apps” in the context of those sessions. So what does that mean – 
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Thanks, Bruce!
Wed, Oct 2nd 2013 11:53a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Thank you, Bruce. Thank YOU for your efforts for the Lotus…ehm…ICS community. Thank YOU for spending your time with uncountable numbers of people. Thank YOU for beeing an advisor – for anybody and on any topic. Thank YOU for beeing Bruce Elgort. There is nothing more to say.
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Watch out when having ShortName synchronized with Traveler and iOS 7
Tue, Jul 16th 2013 3:12a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Today I’ve been pointed to an interesting behavior when having the ShortName field filled in your personal addressbook and iOS 7. Thanks to Harald “Shadow” Gärttner for this. So what does happen: The shortname field in the personal addressbook has always been used as the nickname in iOS. That’s very convenient when using voice commands, addressing e-mail and so on. A lot of people store the people’s nicknames in their personal address books (besides the peopleR
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Upcoming blog series – Understanding IBM Domino HTTP
Mon, Jul 15th 2013 9:49a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Due to some recent (and past) development stuff I took the chance to dig deeper into the different IBM Domino HTTP containers. Did I say “containers”? Plural? Yes – I did. IBM Domino HTTP has received some major changes in the last years. It has evolved from running static web sited and “classic” Domino web applications (+ a nowadays outdated servlet engine) to a fully functional OSGi and J2EE web server. This is no new stuff. IBM has told us about those changes oft
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We are hiring – Developers wanted!
Mon, May 27th 2013 2:21a   Rene Winkelmeyer
We are hiring – Developers wanted! If you’re looking for or are interested in a new job in a dynamic and rock-solid company which focuses on enterprise mobility and email management – than we’re the right one for you! Creativity is your strength? You love to develop agile? Acting on your own responsibility is normal for you? You’re a strong teamplayer – but are also able to work on your own? Then we’re looking for you! We’re offering job positions
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Simple helper method for Domino object recycling
Thu, Feb 28th 2013 2:56a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Yesterday I’ve been asked how a simple (general) method for Domino object recycling may look like. public class DominoUtils { // pass any Domino objects to this method public static void recycleObjects(Object... dominoObjects) { for (Object dominoObject : dominoObjects) { if (dominoObject!=null) { if (dominoObject instanceof lotus.domino.Base) { try { ((lotus.domino.Base)dominoObject).recycle(); } catch (Exception e) { // do nothing } } } } } } You c
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Recycle, recycle, recycle
Wed, Feb 27th 2013 1:14a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Yesterday I stumbled upon a behavior which directed me – once again – to the most important point in Notes/Domino Java develoment. Recycling! As you probably know recycling is special to Notes/Domino Java development. It frees the handle on the backend C element. If you don’t recycle you’ll have “ghost” objects in your Java environment. That’s bad. It may cost you memory. And…it may lead to wrong results. If you’re doing “classic”
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Speaking at EntwicklerCamp and BLUG
Tue, Feb 12th 2013 1:01a   Rene Winkelmeyer
I’ll be speaking at EntwicklerCamp and BLUG. Two events, two weeks, two different topics, triple fun. I’m honored. Again. Honored to share my knowledge. Honored to meet well-known people again. Honored to meet new people. The time after Lotus…ahem…Connect is the time before PutYourFavoriteConferenceNameInHere. It’ll start for me with Rudi Knegt’s EntwicklerCamp (11.-13.03.2013, Gelsenkirchen, Germany) and Theo Heselmans BLUG (21.-22.03.2013, Leuven, Belgium).




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