Posts Tagged ‘DanNotes’

DanNotes 48th conference in November

Saturday, October 27th, 2012

The DanNotes 48th conference takes place on November 28 and 29. We have lots of interesting sessions and speakers: Ed Brill: keynote speaker Frank van der Linden: activity streams, embedded apps and XPages John Foldager: HTML5 Abigail Roberts: Teamstudio Unplugged Paul Mooney: Lotus Notes Traveler High Availability Christian Dencker: iNotes 8.5.4 infrastructure, SAML and SUT-lite Mat Newman with his […]

DanNotes 47th conference: links to presentations

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

The DanNotes 47th conference takes place today and tomorrow. Here are links to presentations available online: Ulrich Krause: XPages – Beyond the Basics Paul Withers: Ready, Set, Go! How IBM Lotus Domino XPages Became Mobile Paul Withers: The Eureka Moment – XPages Under the Covers Jakob Majkilde: From Notes to XPages in 1 hour Morten […]

The 46th DanNotes conference is a wrap

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Last week we held the 46th DanNotes conference. We had 80 participants and 7 speakers. Some of the presentations are available now as links on the agenda. Others will be added to the agenda later. We will also publish videos from the event once they have been edited. On the agenda you can find links […]

IBM Certified Application Developer – Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Last week at the DanNotes conference IBM offered certification tests at half the price. I took the LOT-951 test in record time between lunch and the developer BOF and passed with a score of 87.5%. The test focuses on Domino Designer in Eclipse features, some @Formula and Lotusscript programming enhancements, and a lot of XPages. […]

I’m a guest on This Week in Lotus episode 79

Monday, November 28th, 2011

A quick blog post to let you know that last week I was invited to be part of This Week in Lotus episode 79 together with Stuart McIntyre, Darren Duke – and Gab Davis as the 2nd guest. We discussed Sametime, OpenNTF, XPages and very naturally the 46th DanNotes conference which took place the day after the recording. It was […]

My 1st year as self-employed consultant at PHL Consult

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

One year ago I started as self-employed consultant at my own company PHL Consult after having worked for IBM for 16 years – and what a great year! Starting on my own has proved to be one my of my best decisions ever. It has been a year of classic Lotus Notes application development work, XPages […]

DanNotes: The 46th Danish LUG conference is in November

Monday, September 5th, 2011

DanNotes is the Danish Lotus user group. It started as a Lotus user group back in 1993 and has since then organized 2 day conferences for the Danish Lotus community with a schedule of 2 a year. The next conference in November is conference number 46! That’s an impressive number of conferences. I am proud […]

DanNotes – Danish Lotus User Group – 45th conference

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

The Danish Lotus user group DanNotes is hosting its 45th conference on May 11 and May 12, 2011. I am participating in the conference as a member since PHL Consult is a member of DanNotes. I have created a LinkedIn event for the conference. Will I see you there? Update May 9: I have accepted […]

My first two months as self-employed consultant

Saturday, December 11th, 2010

This is a followup to my first two weeks as self-employed consultant at PHL Consult. 2 months have now passed since I started as full-time consultant at PHL Consult – and I am really enjoying it! It has been exciting to focus on my own business and see the immediate results of actions that I […]

DanNotes – Danish Lotus User Group – 44th conference

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

The Danish Lotus user group DanNotes is hosting its 44th conference on November 3rd and 4th, 2010. The agenda consists of IBM and IBM Business Partner presentations on November 3rd and of development and administration tracks on November 4th. The developer track is hosted by Carl Tyler from Epilio while the administration track is hosted […]