The February 2012 GRANITE Meeting will also be broadcast live using LotusLive on February 13, 2012. So if you cannot attend in person you can attend via LotusLive. The event is open to every in the IBM community. However, you will not get the donuts, bagels, and Chicago deep dish pizza unless you attend in person at the IBM Center in Chicago. To register for this event register using:
08:30 - 09:00 AM Registration, Breakfast, Refreshments & Networking at IBM Center for on-site attendees
09:00 AM - 09:15 AM Presentation: "What's New With Lotus/IBM Update" Presenter: Marcie Kane, IBM Collaboration Solutions
Marcie will provide the audience an update in on the up and coming IBM/Lotus events and what is new from IBM/Lotus.
09:15 AM - 10:15 AM Presentation: Showtime! An XPage Dynamic Table Managed Bean Presenter: Russell Maher, President, RGM Consulting
Heard about or seen managed beans? Not sure how to actually use them in your real-life XPage application? Need an XPage dynamic table that is easily user-configurable, is very fast and allows users to save document drafts? In this presentation I will take you step-by-step through the requirements, logic, development, deployment and configuration of a dynamic table solution implemented via managed beans and XPage custom controls. By the end of this presentation you will have plenty of information to enable you to use this code in your own applications, a detailed explanation of how this works and why, and a better understanding of when, how and why to use managed beans in your own XPage applications. Everything is easy once you know how.
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Presentation: Using A Mobile Approach: Proven Strategies For Mobilizing Your IBM Lotus Domino Applications Presenter: Graham Acres, President, Brytek Systems
This session presents strategies to employ when planning to build a mobile application within your Lotus Domino environment. Whether you are a project manager, admin, developer or business leader, this session is for you. Using a real-world coast-to-coast mobile customer service application implementation project as an example, the presentation will address the challenges organizations face in first-time mobile projects and the strategies that work as a result. What devices will I support? Does the business team understand the user interface considerations of a smartphone or tablet vs a browser or Notes client when providing requirements? Does the admin team have the skills to support the mobile environment? Can I take advantage of my existing Domino infrastructure and skills? How will I test and support the app? How will the application be deployed? You will leave with an understanding of the key considerations involved in building a mobile application strategy for your organization.
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Presentation: Lotusphere 2012 Recap Moderator: Richard Moy, Managing Director, Phora Group
Attendees of Lotusphere 2012 will recap their thoughts about Lotusphere 2012.
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM Presentation: MWLUG 2012 Planning Update Presenter: Richard Moy, Managing Director, Phora Group
The MWLUG team will update everyone on the status of MWLUG 2012 and all the new things that are happening this year in Pittsburgh.
01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Groups / Workshop / Networking
Focused, moderated discussion groups to address topics of major interest to attendees. So bring your problems, your laptops, your questions, and let's share some solutions. We can all learn something new at every meeting.
MWLUG 2014 - What we bring and what we are
Tue, Apr 1st 2014 10:11a Richard Moy Each year we create a new theme for MWLUG and is always a challenge. But this year it was easy. I took a hard look of what is a LUG and what do we do. It is not just about the collaboration technology that we are so fond of, it is all about us. We get together to learn from each other, build relationships and friendships, and giving back to our community. We connect with each other, regardless of whether we are IBM customers, IBM Business Partners, or IBMers. So the theme for MWLUG 2014 is: [read] Keywords: collaboration
Don't Get Disconnected with Connect
Mon, Mar 31st 2014 10:11a Richard Moy Here is another of my "My Experience in Building Dojo Widgets" post. Dojo.connect (dojo/on) is a versatile and important part of dojo that handle events. Along with dojo.subscribe and dojo.publish these three features of Dojo provide a powerful set of tools to query the DOM. Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello Referencing my widget that I used in my last blog, I can connect this list widget using the following lines of code and create event responses accordingly. dojo [read] Keywords: connections
Domino <===> Scott Adams
Tue, Feb 11th 2014 10:10a Richard Moy Again this year, I did not attend IBMConnect. Last year it was for personal reasons, this year it did not make sense given the direction that I see IBMConnect heading towards. However, I really appreciated that IBM had a number of sessions live and recorded on Livestream for me to watch. What I really miss is not the sessions, but seeing the people within our community. But that is OK since I will most likely see them at ICON and MWLUG. And I always have Twitter. The most compelling session f [read] Keywords: admin
The End of an Era
Mon, Jan 20th 2014 9:10a Richard Moy As some know we are celebrating our 23th anniversary as entrepreneurs this year. It has been full of highs and lows. One of most fun achievement that we had was in the first couple of years as ReCor. Now it is most standard corporate training with ReCor and social collaboration and BPM technology with Phora Group and our iPhora solutions. As one starts out, you try to determine your bearings. Usually reality hits and you throw out all the business plans and marketing stuff. So early on we [read] Keywords: collaboration
Optimizing Dojo Loading for Bootstrap Widgets
Tue, Jan 7th 2014 1:10p Richard Moy Over the past year, one of our major efforts for our iPhora products was to switch from using Dojo Dijit widgets to only Bootstrap widgets. One of the problems that we have seen with Dijit widgets is that they take a long time to load and are very heavy compared with JQuery based Bootstrap widgets. The advantage of JQuery-based Bootstrap widgets is that they are loaded all at once as a single file. This is great to minimize the loading speed. However, it does not lend itself to easy maintenanc [read] Keywords: domino
Announcing the Location of the 2014 Midwest Lotus User Group Conference (MWLUG)
Tue, Dec 10th 2013 11:11a Richard Moy If you are not planning to go or not go to IBM Connect this year, there is going to be two great LUGs within the United States, one of which is MWLUG 2014. As was announced at MWLUG 2013, the location for MWLUG 2014 is Grand Rapids, Michigan. MWLUG 2014 will be the sixth conference that we have organized, thanks to an army of organizers, speakers, and volunteers from IBM Business Partners, IBM Customers, and IBM staff. This is the third MWLUG that will be held is a grand historic and landmark [read] Keywords: domino