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Diversity and Inclusion in Technology
Thu, Jul 28th 2016 3:37a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Diversity and inclusion is important. It’s what makes our world so colourful. Listen to my colleague Mary (YOU ROCK). I’m sure you’ll get goose pimples as I do when listening to her. (Video can also be found here). Everyone of us can make the same difference. Today! Now! Be it by supporting Girls Who Code, run CoderDojo’s for Kids or just encourage your co-workers, your friends to step out. There are great examples like my friends Amanda, Gab and Kathy (even i
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Seamless change – moved my WordPress blog to Heroku
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 3:42a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Once in a while it’s necessary to change. So it was last week. I moved my blog to Heroku – read here why and how. Over the last 10 years I ran two different blogging system. First I ran a blog based on an IBM Domino database. It was for fun, for geeking, for tweeking, for fiddling around with the tech. I changed the underlying stack quite a few times. But it became tedious. Not because of the stack – but because every little change like adding comment spam check became a time-c
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Simplifying Salesforce App Cloud OAuth2 for Java apps with Scribe
Tue, Jul 26th 2016 4:51a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Authentication and authorization is always a key challenge when connecting different systems. It can be simple when having all systems connected to the same Identity Provider (IdP), but it can be challenging if not. With the rise of cloud-based applications different approaches have been established. The majority of enterprises uses SAML when/where possible. In most other cases services like OpenID or OAuth are used. In this post we’ll focus on the latter – OAuth as of version
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My take on Mobile Device Management (aka MDK) changes with iOS 10
Thu, Jun 16th 2016 5:46a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Yesterday Apple has shown what new capabilities are planned (it’s still beta, so things may change as we know) in the Mobile Device Management space for iOS 10. My personal takeaway is: all focus is on education and less on enterprise this year. And this is nothing unexpected. Anyone remember the massive launch of Apple for School in spring? Apple introduced major changes to iOS and supporting systems – outside of a major release. That was huge. And WWDC shows the benefits and the
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TrailheaDX – Lightning, LockerService, Lenny Kravitz and meeting Steve Wozniak
Fri, Jun 10th 2016 3:12a   Rene Winkelmeyer
It has been a blast – two days of Salesforce Developer action at our brand new developer-focused conference TrailheaDX. With some special bonuses like a Lenny Kravitz concert and Apple co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak. Let’s start with the most important message… (Shashank from our team in India and I) The conference had a great attendance. Be it in person – or with the 100+ viewing parties around the globe, hosted by our developer community). We saw some
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Becoming Salesforce – a personal recap
Tue, Jun 7th 2016 5:19a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Yesterday I had the awesome pleasure to attend “Becoming Salesforce” in one of our office locations in San Francisco. But what does that exactly mean – “Becoming Salesforce”? Besides the regular new hire induction in your first days at Salesforce in our local offices we get the opportunity to attend a one day event “Becoming Salesforce”, followed by a 4-day bootcamp (more on that at the end of this week), both held at the companies headquarter in Sa
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The 43. DNUG conference is happening soon – (22 years of DNUG!) – join us
Wed, May 4th 2016 2:45a   Rene Winkelmeyer
Yes, 22 years of DNUG! Isn’t that awesome?! It’s like a full millenium in the technology world. Let’s celebrate that with the 43. DNUG conference which will take place on June 1st to 2nd 2016 in Hamburg. We’ve worked hard in the different tracks to put together a great lineup. Checkout the full agenda on http://43.dnug.de. Registration can be done via EventBrite. Special thanks here to Niklas Heidloff, Andreas Rosen and Jochen Prieß who worked with me in the AppDev
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If you’re a speaker or want to be a speaker – listen to this guy
Thu, Apr 14th 2016 1:37a   Rene Winkelmeyer
This is what it is all about… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwYcVqIjbb4 I can still taste the haggis on my first speakers dinner ever (where I met “Dr. Evil” aka Fabrizio Marchesano). And my nervousness of my first speaking session. Plus I got my first speakers LEGO sculpture (thanks to Kitty and Warren for that, see the pattern). Stand up and speak! At a conference, at a user group or at a local meetup. Don’t be afraid! It was – and is – all worth i
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Join the “first” IBM Social Business Community Meeting on April 13th
Fri, Mar 18th 2016 2:35a   Rene Winkelmeyer
With the change from the 3rd party hosted community site (formerly ran under socialbizu.org, now down) to an IBM hosted site it’s time for the first Community Meeting. IBM’s awesome Community Manager Amanda Bauman has announced the very first meeting on the new site to introduce the new site and her goals for User Groups in general. It’s the kickoff for a new series of upcoming meetings. If you haven’t joined the Community till now – do it! Just go to the comm
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IBM Traveler 9.0.1.10 is available now
Tue, Mar 15th 2016 12:55p   Rene Winkelmeyer
IBM Traveler 9.0.10 has been released right now and is available on FixCentral. See the included fixes below. APAR # Abstract LO87777 Ghosted view of rescheduled event may be missing a previous information update. LO87835 Warning messaged displayed on server when a user tries to update an event they are not the chair for from iOS 9.x native calendar. LO87837 Calendar event with DBCS characters in description may sync slowly to IBM Verse mobile client. LO87872 Sent By may be incorrec




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