Some Twitter accounts you may want to follow

Here is a list of a few Twitter accounts which you may want to follow if you are an XPages developer or somebody involved with IBM Collaboration Solutions products and services: OpenNTF Project Updates – OpenNTF project releases OpenNTF – All things related to the open source community OpenNTF All Things XPages – A fire hose ofContinue reading “Some Twitter accounts you may want to follow”

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”

Lotusphere through the eyes of Instagram

As I mentioned in my last blog entry I will be using the iOS Instagram app to capture photos throughout Lotusphere 2012. If you are an Instagram user you can connect with me using the screen name “belgort”. For those of you not attending Lotusphere who want to see a collection of all Instagram photosContinue reading “Lotusphere through the eyes of Instagram”

Three bullet points to market XPages: What would your three be?

For those of us who have used IBM XPages we know what the platform can do and what it can’t do for that matter. What I would like to hear from you are three bullet points that you would include in a presentation, product slick or other marketing collateral to describe to those outside ofContinue reading “Three bullet points to market XPages: What would your three be?”

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”