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Theo Heselmans
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ConnectED 2015: Loved it
Sun, Feb 1st 2015 9:00a   Theo Heselmans
My 20th Lotusphere is in the can. Loved every minute of it. So much cool stuff coming up: IBM Verse, IBM Connections Next, Bluemix, and yes, some nice things for Notes/Domino in the pipeline too. But 2 things stood out for me: - We got an amazing community, and that's what makes this conference go beyond just being a tech gathering. - I lost my speaker virginity. My session went pretty well and I enjoyed myself on stage, and had the impression most attendees did. Too bad the room was so
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Pull your head out of the sand!
Tue, Dec 16th 2014 1:25p   Theo Heselmans
Did you ever pull your head out of the sand and looked at the world around you? Of course you did. But you, as a Notes developer, did you ever look at the world outside of your precious, 'I-can-do-anything' development environment? Maybe not! Same here. For the past 20 odd years, I happily wrapped myself in my comfort zone. Then a new web project presented itself and I needed something Notes/Domino could not provide. So I googled around, and boy, was I in for a surprise! I discovered




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