Here are some of the “must see” sessions for IBM Connect 2014: SHOW303 – Proper Connections Development for Proper Domino Developers (Matt White and Mark Myers) 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 clients new IBMContinue reading “IBM Connect 2014: Must-Attend Sessions for App Developers – Part 1”
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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.
Back in May OpenNTF launched it’s very own webinar series: OpenNTF hosts one webinar per month on various IBM Collaboration Solutions app dev topics. This includes sessions about OpenNTF projects, but also other educational, not open source related topics. We’ve planned to cover the wider range of ICS technologies, especially XPages and IBM Connections. TheContinue reading “Replays of some app dev webinars you may have missed”
Matt White has just released a free video that walks you through some of the new things you will find in IBM’s forthcoming Domino Designer on his XPages 101 site. Matt will be presenting at IBM’s Connect event and I highly recommend that you make time in your schedule to attend his sessions.
We talked with XPages developers Jesse Gallagher (@Gidgerby) and Dr. Mark Roden (@markyroden) about: How Jesse got started with Notes/Domino How Jesse’s interest in Ruby on Rails spilled over into XPages How a Notes/Domino programmer like Jesse has approached and been successful with XPages How to approach XPages app development What about Lotusscript? How toContinue reading “Podcast: There’s Gold in Them XPages”
This evening Apple approved the JoyDrop app that I developed for the Children’s Cancer Association. “JoyDrop offers a place to share spontaneous moments of joy.Your “drops” of joy, collected with others, can create a sea of joy. At the Children’s Cancer Association we like to call it the Joy Effect.We invite you to share yourContinue reading “JoyDrop: Give • Get • Share”