EVENT: Become a more social business with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3

Join the Lotus Users Group for an exciting cast of characters as they talk about what’s new in Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3.

Register NOW Become a more social business with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3

From http://www.lotususergroup.org

Ed Brill
Director, Messaging and Collaboration, IBM
October 6, 2011 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.3 provides numerous feature enhancements that benefit end-users, developers and administrators. Come hear about Lotus Notes and iNotes improvements for Mail and C&S; expanded device support, usability and administrative enhancements for Lotus Notes Traveler; performance/scalability improvements for XPages; Domino Designer productivity improvements; and expanded virtualization and data storage enhancements for Domino. In the last but certainly not least category, come hear how 8.5.3 accelerates your ability to find people and content as you embark on becoming a social business.
Pete Janzen
Sr. Product Manager — Domino Application Development, IBM
Jason Dumont
Program Director for Messaging & Collaboration Client Strategy, IBM
Jan Kenney
Product Manager — Lotus Notes Traveler & Lotus Mobile Connect, IBM


XPages Guru Webinar – Date Announced for Jun 1, 2011!

This is a great event open for all who are interested in expanding their development skills leveraging Domino Xpages, as well as the incorporation of Javascript and Dojo toolkits.  These tools offer excellent capabilities to webify Domino Applications and provide RAD tooling for bring business applications to mobile devices.  If you are a developer – this is an event you don’t want to miss!

XPages Guru Webinar


Event Date:    Jun 1, 2011
Event Time:    11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Eastern Time)
Hosted By:    David Elsasser (IBM)
Presented By:    Chris Blatnick (IBM), Matt White, Bruce Elgort, Tim Tripcony, Chris Toohey, David Leedy

XPages is an exciting Web 2.0 rapid development environment based around JSF and Java technology running on the IBM Lotus Notes and Domino platform. IBM Lotus Notes and Domino has been an established platform for developing applications where customers have been able to utilize industry leading security and workflow capabilities for business applications. XPages extends these capabilities further by providing a full modern web development platform.

Please join IBM and some special guests on June 1 for a webinar on XPages, what it can do for you, and how you can get there! We have lined up a who’s who list of industry experts … true gurus in the field of Domino rapid application development, XPages technology, and modernization of existing legacy applications … to help you get up to speed on this technology! The speaker for this webinar will be:

Chris Blatnick – Lotus Client Technical Professional, IBM
Matt White – Lead Developer, Elguji Software and Consultant, Fynn Consulting Ltd
Bruce Elgort – Co-Founder and Chairman, OpenNTF.org and Advisor, Elguji Software
Tim Tripcony – Xmage, Group Business Software
Chris Toohey – Guru, Group Business Software
David Leedy – Collaborative Solutions Developer, Czarnowski

Agenda:

  • What is XPages? – Matt White
  • Case Studies – Discussion database, XTalk, etc. – Bruce Elgort
  • Benefits of XPages – Matt White
  • Why should I transition? – Tim Tripcony
  • Roadmap to XPages (How do I get from here to there?) – Chris Toohey
  • What resources are out there? – David Leedy
  • Q & A

If you are interested in how XPages technology can help you improve your application development process and better leverage Web 2.0 technology quickly and easily, this session is for you!

Register for this event at:
https://events.webdialogs.com/register.php?id=6d9d5a6a35&l=en-US

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For technical questions, contact support at support@lotuslive.com.
For questions about this event, contact the host at: elsasser@us.ibm.com.

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Pacific Lotus Users Group (PACLUG) event at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on June 21-22 2011

This is a free event for all attendees! REGISTER TODAY

Join us for the inaugural Pacific Lotus Users Group (PACLUG) event at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on June 21-22. This event will bring together IT and LOB professionals from all over the Western United States to share ideas and tools using IBM Collaboration and Social Business solutions. This free event will provide you with the most current information about increasing your efficiency through collaboration and integrating your platforms with social business tools.  This is an event that you will not want to miss!

We have many great plans for our inaugural event. These include:
·        Expert panel discussion on “The Future of a Social Business”, which will cover topics like Web 2.0/E2.0, mobility, gamification, enterprise collaboration and much more!
·        Keynote address including demos from Alistair Rennie, GM of IBM Collaboration Solutions
·        Lab solutions area to see demos and meet with IBM subject matter experts
·        Solution Showcase including the IBM Pavilion
·        Discounted certification exams and testing area
·        Meals and receptions

Sessions and Speakers include:

Total Cost:
This is a free event for all attendees. You do not need to be a part of a local users group to attend, nor do you need to register for any other conference. Since this is a FREE conference, we have limited availability to host the event. Make sure you register today and make plans to attend. Your total cost will be your travel to Las Vegas and hotel arrangements. We have a block of hotel rooms at Planet Hollywood for $99/night.

This is your opportunity to learn and network with colleagues from all over the Western United States. Register today at www.paclug.org!

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EVENT: November 17, 2010 Time: 9am PST – Instantly Convert Your Apps to XPages with New “Transformer Technology”

Date: November 17, 2010
Time: 12:00 pm Eastern U.S. Time
Hosted by LotusUserGroup.org, Sponsored by GROUP


REGISTER TODAY!!!

XPages technology enhances your ability to create world-class Notes and Domino applications and leverage your Domino investments to deliver modern, scalable, high performance Web 2.0 style applications. But, until now, learning a new development skill and applying it to a drawn-out and cumbersome platform migration has been a task many developers have been putting off. Fortunately, this presentation will introduce you to a new tool that lets you modernize your legacy Notes applications by converting them to XPages with GROUP’s revolutionary tool, Evolution Transformer.
Join Jennifer Meade, CTO at GROUP, and Nathan Freeman, GROUP Frameworks VP Research & Development, for this brief online presentation and learn the ins and outs of this new tool that transforms Domino applications with XPages for you:

  • Learn how to rapidly modernize legacy Domino applications at half the cost of moving to another platform
  • Extend applications to private and public clouds with no lock-in
  • Leverage existing infrastructures (hardware, middleware, directory services)
  • Standardize application appearance across your organization
  • See a demonstration of the Evolution Transformer solution in action

Don’t miss the presentation that will show you the easiest and best way to leverage your Domino investments by converting to XPages and delivering modern, scalable, high performance Web 2.0 style applications with ease.

This presentation is free to LotusUserGroup.org members but requires pre-registration.

REGISTER TODAY!!!

This Virtual User Group Meeting is hosted by LotusUserGroup.org.

Lotususergroup.org Virtual Meeting on Blackberry

BlackBerry Enterprise Server Performance Enhancements and Tuning Best Practices

Date: Thursday, July 16, 2009
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)

TO REGISTER

 

Hosted by LotusUserGroup.org, presented by BlackBerry

In this technical deep dive session we will discuss key performance improvements within the BlackBerry Enterprise Server and how those improvements will positively impact your BlackBerry solution environment. During the second half of the session, we will discuss how the improvements made can be leveraged to establish best practices for scaling and tuning your BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

 
Pavel Shkolnikov, Development Manager,
BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino, Research In Motion

About the Presenter:

Pavel Shkolnikov graduated from Hunter College, City University of New York, in 1999. Pavel worked with Lotus Notes and Domino since 1997, first as a co-op with Binary Tree Inc., where he created mail and PIM migration tools to help customer migrate data from legacy platforms to Lotus Notes and Domino. He joined IBM/Lotus as a Software Developer in 2000 and worked on R6 release, creating Active Directory synchronization tools (ADSync et al), Domino License Tracking feature, and other things.

In 2002 Pavel joined Research In Motion, first as a Software Developer on BES Domino Team, and later became a manager of that team. Pavel lead his team through many successful BES releases, starting with BES 4.0. He and members of his team are working hard every day to ensure that BES Domino product integrates exceptionally well with all versions of Notes and Domino, that the product is feature rich, secure, scalable and reliable and that the BlackBerry Solution remains the top mobile solution for Lotus Notes and Domino platform.

The presentation is free to LotusUserGroup.org members, but requires pre-registration.

 

Domino and Domino Designer Wikis and more!!!

A Must Have… and thank you Dave…. virtually replaces Redbooks (but not completely!!)

Here are some great examples of content found in the wiki… sign up, read, participate, join in!! Learn!

Domino Wiki

Introduction to Lotus Notes
Learning Lotus Notes Client
Daos Best Practices

Domino Designer Wiki

Introduction to xPages
Learning Domino Development
Redbook Wiki: Domino Designer Best Practices

Other Great Wikis available

Sametime Wiki
Connections Wiki

Lotus Quickr V8.2 : What’s New and Improved

https://www.webdialogs.com/join/?schedid=4419191 (conference ID 4419191)US Toll-Free:    1-866-617-1526   Passcode: 9168431http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=899&uid=swg21389710  http://www.lotus.com/ldd/quickplace.nsf/DateAllThreadedweb/fd1964a67ba3c60d852575cf006e9726?OpenDocument . Questions should be of general interest and by their nature help you install, configure, manage or optimize your environment or processes. Troubleshooting of specific problems should still be handled by Technical Support, not by Webcast calls. We will collect questions, which have been posted to the forum.

Title: Lotus Quickr V8.2 : What’s New and Improved

Date: June 17th (Wednesday)

Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm eastern US time (3:00 pm GMT)

Webcast access:

 

 

 

 

 

Please dial in 5-10 minutes early to allow time for registration of all participants before the presentation starts.

 

Call-in Details :

 

International numbers, click here :

are slide presentations by a single presenter followed by Questions & Answers related to the material covered, as time permits.

Webcasts

You can submit your question in advance via our forum, announcing the call), and address as many of them as possible on the call. We will also take questions not submitted in advance. For this upcoming call, you may find it beneficial to review in advance the IBM Lotus Quickr V8.2 Information Center

You will need to provide your name and company affiliation when dialing in. You will need a touch tone phone to be able to ask questions. The presentation will be recorded and (in potentially edited form) made available

(see below).

You can find an up-to-date schedule of upcoming Open Mic calls and Webcast calls, as well as links to slides and recordings from past calls, here:

 

http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=899&uid=swg27011126

 

Please remember to book your calendar for this call. We look forward to talking with you!

The IBM Lotus Quickr team

 

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/lqkrdom/v8/index.jsp