Posts Tagged ‘PHL Consult’

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 […]

I have been re-elected for the OpenNTF board of directors

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

My term on the OpenNTF board of directors expired after 1 year, and I am happy to have been re-elected for a 2 year term service. My 1st year on the board was an exciting year where I among many things helped with the judging of several contests (including the 1st XSnippets contest), helped setup […]

I am attending the IBM Connect/Lotusphere 2013 conference

Monday, October 1st, 2012

The IBM Connect 2013 (including Lotusphere 2013) conference takes place in January 2013. I am going once again and really look forward to the atmosphere and the sessions, and most importantly the people. I arrive Friday evening January 25th and leave again Friday February 1st. I will be staying at the Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. See you there?

Sherlock Web: a QHSE management system (based on XPages and IBM XWork Server)

Monday, May 14th, 2012

I am currently busy working on Sherlock Web: a complete web solution for management of quality, health, safety and environment (QHSE). The solution is based on XPages and the IBM XWork Server and is available as a hosted solution or as an on-premises solution. The licensing cost of the server and application platform is fixed at $2000 per […]

I am now chairman of the board at NotesNet.dk

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

I am a member of the NotesNet.dk independent group of IBM/Lotus consultants and also a member of the board. We are 25 independent consultants specializing in services and solutions for Lotus Notes, Lotus Domino, XPages and more. The members of NotesNet.dk participated in the annual general meeting in March, 2012. Our now former chairman John Dalsgaard […]

My plans for Lotusphere 2012

Monday, January 9th, 2012

I am going to Lotusphere 2012 in Orlando – and I look forward to it! Here are some of the things I plan to do and attend: B.A.L.D. (Bloggers and friends Annual Lotusphere Dinner) on Saturday Business Development Day general session on Sunday Welcome Reception on Sunday evening Opening General Session on Monday morning UK […]

I am a member director on the OpenNTF board of directors

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

As previously blogged my company PHL Consult and I support OpenNTF and open source. To further show my support I nominated myself for one of the 9 member director positions in the OpenNTF board of directors. The board of directors for the newly incorporated OpenNTF has now been set and I am happy to have […]

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 […]

Going to Lotusphere 2012

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

Lotusphere 2012 takes place January 15 – January 19, 2012 in Orlando, Florida – and I am very happy to report that I will participate in the conference. This will be my first ever Lotusphere in the US (I participated in the Lotusphere conference in Berlin in 1999). I arrive Friday evening (January 13) and leave […]

PHL Consult supports OpenNTF and open source

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

My company, PHL Consult, became member of OpenNTF in August and thereby supports OpenNTF and the use of open source within the Lotus Domino/XPages community. This means that I support the idea of open source in general (and support OpenNTF as an organization) – and that I both contribute code to and reuse code from OpenNTF. I […]