Archive for LS09

Lotusphere2009 files showing up on LotusLive

February 10 2009

Great too see this stuff showing up on LotusLive (even if it is a bit later than announced). Make sure you are part of the Lotusphere2009 group and then go to the My Services \ Files page. You should see this:

JMP205 - Integration of IBM Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and IBM Lotus Symphony

January 18 2009

Welcome to the real world, where Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino are just part of your corporate toolset. This session will introduce you to integration of Lotus Notes and Domino 8 and 8.5 with Microsoft Office, .NET technologies, OpenOffice.org, and Lotus Symphony. We'll start with the basics and gradually build up to advanced integration. Mail Merge, exporting to a spreadsheet, charting, presentation building, and integration on the Web will all be covered. Advanced topics such as Visual Studio Tools for Office and integration with Lotus Domino Web Services will round out the session. All new samples including integration with XPages will provide samples you can use as soon as you get home. John Head & Alex Kassabov Dolphin Americas Seminar : Sunday, 1/18/2009 : 8 AM to 9:30 AM Swan : Sunday, 1/18/2009 : 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM Note: The first run of this session is only 90 minutes. The second run is 120 minutes. We will have more content in the afternoon session. JMP205 - Integ

And here we go ... Lotusphere 2009 begins

January 17 2009

On the evening of the official first day of Lotusphere 2009, the unofficial events have started. Bloggers and friends Annual Lotusphere Dinner has taken place and beer and meatloaf has been consumed. Beer has been consumed at ESPN Club. The Lotusphere banners are up. Practicing of tomorrow's Jumpstart is underway. I will blogging as part of the official program and will be focusing on Lotus Symphony and Notes & Domino stories. Will be a fun week!

Lotusphere 2009 Approved!

November 13 2008

I am a bit late to the blogging about these, but I had three Lotusphere 2009 session abstracts approved! First, we have the Jumpstart that Alex and I have given the past couple years Introduction to integration of Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and Lotus Symphony. The session has been completely revamped with all new demos and new technology demos including the integration of Google Docs with Notes and Domino applications and some intro samples around creating OOXML and ODF documents. This session has been popular in the past with a back to back repeat pre-scheduled. That is 4 hours of integration demos Sunday afternoon in Orlando to kick off the week. If we do that again this year and you see my Sunday night at the party or eating Ed's sushi at Kimono's after, you will understand why I am punchy :-) Second, I will be giving Lotus Symphony and You - A Developer's Perspective, which is a revamped version of my Irish Lotus User's Group session with less Execut

Looking for feedback on Lotusphere 2009 Submission

September 3 2008

So before I submit sessions for consideration by the Lotusphere content team, I was looking for some feedback. I like to submit a very specific amount of sessions (usually 3) but this year I have so many ideas. Here they all are Introduction to Integration with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino and Microsoft Office and Lotus Symphony (Jumpstart) - This session has been done before, but 3 out of the past 4 years this session has been done twice on Sunday and gotten loads of attendees. The content would need major updating this year, but the demand seems to be there Document Generation using ODF, OOXML & PDF with IBM Lotus Notes and Domino - a new session that focuses on Document Generation with Notes and Domino. Server side and "no application nessecary" client side generation using all three of the major file formats - ODF, OOXML, and PDF. This is the session I want to do most Build XShare, using XPages, in 60 minutes - this session would be with Nathan Freeman and will show attendees