Aug 232007

It’s been a few days since I wrote a posting. I’ve been really busy with customer work and getting ready for a lot of conferences and events coming up in the next weeks.

First there is Collaboration University for Lotus Notes & Domino in both Kansas City, September 10-12, and in London, September 19-21. On the 22nd Troy Reimer and I travel to Sweden for a couple of days of vacation but also to speak at g33k on the 24th. Ekakan is the host once again for this “Geek Meet”. I know we will have lots of fun there and nice to meet some Swedes I haven’t seen in a long time, or never. It will also be fun to show of Stockholm and Västerås to Troy since he has never been to Sweden. We are spending all day in Stockholm that Monday and I’m thinking that the Wasa museum, Gamla Stan (Old Town) and Skansen will be a great day. If you have any other suggestions please feel free to comment below.

On the 26th and 27th I travel back, first to London then back to Kansas City. Home for 2 days and I’m off to Miami on the 29th for the Advisor Summit. Back home on the 4th of October and there was all September and the beginning of October gone.

See you there.

Aug 142007

As many bloggers out there, including Rob Novak, Ed Brill and Mary Beth Raven, has posted; Lotus Notes & Domino 8 will be available this Friday.

Speaking of above bloggers, Collaboration University for Notes & Domino 8 still have seats available. This is the first technical conference on the new release. Other notible IBMers present at the event are Bob Balaban and Kevin Cavanaugh.

Hope you can join us.

UPDATE! I must be really tired. It’s not September but August 17 for the release date. I’ve changed the title of this post.

Aug 062007

The Collaboration University website has been updated for the September event. CU is the first major technical training event following the release of Lotus Notes and Domino 8.

We have lined up some incredible talent for both speakers and keynote addresses. Ed Brill will deliver the keynote in Kansas City on September 10 and Kevin Cavanaugh, Vice President of Lotus Notes and Domino Development on September 19 in London. Other speakers that we can announce are Mary Beth Raven, Ph.D. and Bob Balaban. All the speakers and sessions are now posted on the CU site.

We also welcome three partners this time around. SNAPPS, The Turtle Partnership and BE Systems.

Register Now for Kansas City (September 10-12) or London (September 19-21)