After serving the IBM community for over 9 years, new idea submission, voting and commenting has been turned off on the http://ideajam.net site. The site will remain available in “read only” mode for the foreseeable future. The site collected 4,581 ideas, 12,346 comments and 108,544 votes.
This article has been in draft mode for several months and I thought the timing was right to publish it. First let me state that my love affair and relationship with IBM Notes and Domino is now in it’s twenty-first year. So much of my identity as an adult has been tied to the peopleContinue reading “IBM Notes and Domino: State of the Union – Part 1”
Last week IBM announced a new class of champions for 2014. This blog post is the first in a series highlighting the great work of some of them. Here I go: David Leedy I first met David in New York City in October 2009 at the Tri-LUG user group meeting. While we had perviously metContinue reading “They are the Champions: Part 1”
The last year has been a total absolute blur. Between teaching at Clark Collge, working on projects at Elguji, volunteer work and more has consumed every available minute of my time. I have also been quiet on a few fronts on purpose. Let me first start with Elguji. Elguji Software Elguji has been very fortunateContinue reading “Part 1: What has Bruce been up to?”
I’m so glad that we named our product IdeaJam and also trademarked the name. Notice that Jive uses “Idea Jam” and not “IdeaJam”. Ninety percent or more of the prospects that Elguji sees lately think that IdeaJam is an IBM product. It’s actually quite fascinating and we are very blessed. Our event-based IdeaJam cloud servicesContinue reading “Jive: Partner Communities IdeaJam”
Elguji Software just wrapped up an IdeaJam event for the University of Texas, LBJ School of Public Affairs that took place last week. In the mail today we received a handwritten thank you note from the jam’s primary stakeholders. Gayle did an awesome job as the success manager for this event. I absolutely love whatContinue reading “This made us smile…”
Here is the first cut at skinning Elguji Software’s IQJam software to make it iOS7-“ish”: This was recently requested by an IQJam customer.
If you haven’t checked out Panic’s Status Board app for the iPad I highly recommend that you do. Using a combination of the IdeaJam API’s and RSS feeds I was able to put together the status board that you see above. The super cool thing about status board is that you can use AirPlayContinue reading “Just one look and you are up to speed”
IBM developerWorks has launched the developerWorks LIVE Jam which runs from June 11-18. Here you as a professional developer can give the developerWorks team your thoughts on how you prefer to learn technical skills, share your expertise, and build your online reputation. You can use your IdeaJam.net registration to participate in the jam. If you are not already registeredContinue reading “It’s time to tell IBM how you really feel about some things…”
Registration for the IBM developerWorks Live! Jam is now open. The jam will open on June 11th and will focus on the following themes: What would you envision as the perfect web site for developers? How do you want to build your technical skills? How do you want to build your on-line professional reputation? HowContinue reading “The IBM developerWorks Live! Jam”