Mat Newman May 4 2015 19:25:35Join hosts Teamstudio and TLCC along with IBM's Application Development Guru's to explore the future of Domino Application Development.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
10:30 am to noon (New York)
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm (London)
10:30 pm to Midnight (Singapore)
Learn IBM's product directions for Domino and XPages application development from 3 speakers from the IBM development team: Pete Janzen, Martin Donnelly, and Brian Gleeson.
The Domino application development landscape is about to get a whole lot richer. Not only is IBM giving developers new features that will enhance their on-premises platform, XPages runtime and Domino Designer, but they will show how they are bringing the value of Domino to the cloud with new services for IBM Bluemix. New responsive design features, RDBMS data sources, document encryption on the Web, and Bluemix: there's a lot to pack in!
|Pete Janzen |
Pete is part of the IBM Collaboration Solutions product management team and has responsibilities for IBM Domino Designer, Domino, XWork Server application development, and enterprise integration for the Domino platform. His focus is on XPages technology delivered in Domino Designer for building Domino and XWork Server applications.
|Martin Donnelly |
Martin is a software architect and technical lead for the Domino Designer and XPages teams in IBM Ireland. He has worked on all XPages releases to date and also on a precursor technology known as XFaces. Martin was also a development contributor to such products as the IBM Java Visual editor and IBM Rational Application Developer. In the 1990s while living and working in Massachusetts, Martin was a lead developer on Domino Designer; this has now gone full circle as he rejoined the Domino Designer team in 2013 to head up the 9.0.1 release.
|Brian Gleeson |
Brian is a software engineer for IBM Ireland. He joined IBM in 2009 and has contributed to the XPages Extension Library, XPages Templates, and is also an OpenNTF contributor.
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