My IBM Connect 2014 Sessions

This year is going to be my most hectic to date, with 3 sessions, 2 of which are show ‘n’ tells including my first session with fellow LDC’er Matt White, a pant wetting 5 hours presenting.

SHOW104 – Practical Java (with Julian Robichaux)

Sunday | 13:30-15:30 PM | Swan Osprey

Take a whirlwind tour of the many ways in which Java can make your life better as a developer. We’ll use Java in IBM Notes, Eclipse, and the latest IDEs. And we’ll show you examples of best of breed libraries that can analyze data, create PDFs, and perform image processing on the fly. Get connected to IBM Connections, access relational data, open sockets, and parse feeds. And along the way we’ll throw in tips for testing, performance, and writing good code.

SHOW303 – Proper Connections Development for Proper Domino Developers (with Matt White)

Tuesday | 10:30-12:15 | Swan Osprey

This is a session with a mission: to take a much loved IBM Domino app and deploy it to a client’s new IBM Connections environment. We’ll show different solutions such as the use of iWidgets or creating a REST API to make the application available to IBM Connections users and walk you through the process, from beginning to end. If you’re an IBM Domino developer who knows nothing about IBM Connections, this is the session for you.

BP303 – Empowering ICS Communities for SocialBizUG with IBM Connections(with Wellesley Information Services, Connectria and The Turtle Partnership)

Thursday | 08:30-09:30 | Swan Pelican 1 & 2

Socialbizug.org has evolved to provide a dynamic home for ICS communities and content. It was designed by WIS, hosted by Connectria, built by The Turtle Partnership and developed by The London Developer Co-Op on a combination of IBM Connections and IBM Domino. Attend to see how to pick the right pieces for a successful IBM Connections end user facing deployment. Take a behind the scenes look at the site, from the ground up. We will start from customer design requirements, including both anonymous and secured content. Then dig into server architecture design including the number of servers, staging areas and growth planning. Finally we’ll talk about development decisions as well as server scaling and ease of management in our cloud model.

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