Jul 162009

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been accepted to speak at both IamLUG (North American Lotus User Group) and MWLUG (Midwest Lotus User Group) this August. Both are great events with some awesome speakers.

I made it easy for myself and I’m presenting the same topic at both conferences:

Make IBM Lotus Quickr sexier

In the session, I’ll introduce you to some innovations that make Lotus Quickr even more valuable to your teams, including tagging and integration with external sources using Adobe Flex and Air.

These together with the two Collaboration University conferences kick off the conference season that ends with Lotusphere in January 2010.

Hope to see you there!

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)

Apr 122007

Ed Brill blogged today about the conference ratings from Lotusphere 2007. I’m really proud to say that Rob Novak’s and my session “BP311 — The Great Code Giveaway — Web 2.0 edition” was at the top of the list.

We here at SNAPPS put a lot of time and effort on our presentation material for the conferences that we speak at, and it’s fun to see that people appreciate it. If you haven’t already downloaded the pdf and the code samples from the session, go to SNAPPS download site and do it today. There are many other code samples there as well.

If you want to attend one of our sessions and see new code being developed as I write, head over to Collaboration University and sign up for one of the four events this summer and fall.