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Someone was missing in Orlando
Thu, Feb 11th 2016 7:29p   Rob Novak
So we had this insurance client 13 years ago. The whole SNAPPS gang visited their offices in Minnesota a couple times, me a few more times as necessary, and we did some great work for them for three or four years on Sametime integration and QuickPlace before they were acquired. Even after the main contacts had moved on, we kept in touch and saw them every year in Orlando. We were introduced through my Lotusphere sessions. At every single “Great Code Giveaway”, every solo session, in
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IBM Connect 2016: So Bill Gates walks into a bar…
Mon, Feb 1st 2016 8:10p   Rob Novak
Today’s Opening General Session was well received. There was good energy, the room was completely full, and the audience was very receptive to some very well done demos. And, everything ran more or less on time (which if you’ve been to more than three of them, you know is rare). We were introduced to Jason Silva, host of Brain Games and futurist speaker. We were treated to glimpses of our future selves, the underlying theme along the lines of “our software is making our hardwar




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