Podcast: Interview with the authors of the XPages Extension Library book

On this show we sat down with all of the authors of the new “XPages Extension Library” book which is now available for purchase. This 537 page book was written by Paul Hannan (@pdhannan), Declan Sciolla-Lynch (@qtzar), Jeremy Hodge(@jeremyhodge), Paul Withers (@paulswithers) and Tim Tripcony (@timtripcony). The book is also available as an eBook, on Kindle and as an iBook. OnContinue reading “Podcast: Interview with the authors of the XPages Extension Library book”

My slide decks from AdminDev2012

Last week I traveled to Washington, DC to participate in the AdminDev2012 conference being sponsored by The View. In addition to delivering two sessions on XPages, I was also part of a keynote panel of “IBM Champions”. All in all the conference was an excellent opportunity to interact with IBM ICS customers. I also hadContinue reading “My slide decks from AdminDev2012”

Announcing AdminDev2012

The VIEW have announced the AdminDev2012 conference which will be held in Washington, DC on May 16-18, 2012. I will be attending and am presenting two sessions, one on XPages performance and one on mobile development using XPages and the OpenNTF Mobile Controls. The list of sessions and speakers is impressive. Will you be attending?Continue reading “Announcing AdminDev2012”

Podcast: Mobile AppDev Strategies with Graham Acres

On this episode of Taking Notes Julian Robichaux and I talked with Graham Acres, of Brytek Systems, an IBM BP in Canada, about how to develop a strategy around mobilizing your applications in the enterprise. Graham discussed mobile strategies in general as well as his own personal experiences, including: Deciding which devices to support WorkingContinue reading “Podcast: Mobile AppDev Strategies with Graham Acres”

OpenNTF – 10 years old

On December 14th, 2011 OpenNTF, The Open Source Community turned 10 years old. It seems like just yesterday we were celebrating it’s 5th birthday. Today I raise a glass to all of the project and code contributors, to the community and organizations who use them, and to all those involved in helping OpenNTF to continueContinue reading “OpenNTF – 10 years old”

Team effort = XSnippets

Last week OpenNTF introduced the XSnippets code sharing beta. XSnippets allows developers to share “code snippets” quickly and easily. XSnippets is replacing the original OpenNTF “Code Bin” that served the community for many years. Once the XSnippets beta is over the template will be made available as open source on OpenTF. XSnippets was developed byContinue reading “Team effort = XSnippets”

IBM Collaboration Solutions Community Meeting Replay available

Earlier this week IBM’s Niklas Heidloff and I presented all things OpenNTF to the IBM Collaboration Solutions Community. Yesterday Joyce Davis posted the replay. The MP3 file can be downloaded. An IBM Lotus Greenhouse ID is required to access the video and audio replays. I would like to thank those people who attended. The feedback was overwhelminglyContinue reading “IBM Collaboration Solutions Community Meeting Replay available”