I have created a Twitter list of IBM IT architects. If you are interested in following IBM IT architects on Twitter then follow this list. If you are an IBM IT architect and not on the list, then let me know on Twitter. Remember that when you follow a list, you do not follow every […]
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Today we had the internal IBM HackDay event for the 6th time and I was part of the group that arranged the local hackday event in Denmark for the third time. I am proud to say that it was my accomplishment that the first local IBM hackday event was held in Denmark in October 2007. […]
As announced on Twitter my accreditation package was approved today and I am now an IBM accredited IT architect. This IBM accreditation can be compared to the Open Group level 1 certification called “Certified IT Architect”. Part of my package included 2 project profiles for projects that were both Lotus Domino based web projects involving […]
This friday was IBM HackDay(+4) – and I arranged a local event in Denmark. We were 15 participants who generated lots of ideas for hacks of which 5 so far have been registered for the HackDay competition. Unfortunately I took no pictures unlike others. Kelly and Andy have more from the local events in Lexington, […]
Today the IBM PC turns 25 years. “Computer firm IBM made technological history on 12 August 1981 with the announcement of a personal computer – the IBM 5150” – more at BBC. “August 12, 1981 marks the birth of the IBM PC, the computer that single-handedly turned personal computing to the business market” – more […]
Ed Brill is having a roll call for all IBMers reading his blog – so if you are an IBMer and you are reading Ed Brills blog then make yourself heard.
There has been lots of fuzz lately around whether IBM will move away from Windows (and not use Vista at all) and instead completely switch to Linux for desktop clients used internally. IBMeye has an article on the subject that clarifies a lot on what IBM is doing with Windows and Linux. I will not […]