Archive for ILUG2008

ILUG 2008 Session Results and Thoughts

June 28 2008

As Paul Mooney blogs, the evaluations for ILUG 2008 are in and we have the session results: My session slides info again for anyone who missed it the first time: | View | Upload your own and a link to my Lotusphere 2008 session BP215: Integration of IBM Lotus Notes 8 with IBM Lotus Symphony and which has all the samples So tied for 9th with the IdeaJam session. Not bad at all. 87.41% means I have room to improve. I appreciated the folks who made comments. I got those from Paul and will take those suggestions to heart and make some updates. This was an interesting session for me. In 60 minutes, I covered Lotus Symphony from three perspectives: The executive, the user, and the developer. I have been remiss on not making any comments about my experience at ILUG 2008. I am not sure words can accurately describe the work that the ILUG team does. Paul, Eileen, Bill, Warren, Kitty, Matt, Julian, Tom, and Rob run a conference as good as any of the 500 person

SlideShare features my ILUG Presentation on Lotus Symphony

June 9 2008

I got the email this morning ...

ILUG2008 - Lotus Symphony and You

June 6 2008

Here are my slides from the ILUG2008 presentation I did on Lotus Symphony. I cover Lotus Symphony from the Executive, User, and Developer perspectives. | View | Upload your own

ILUG2008 - Lotus Symphony and You ... How to stop giving Microsoft your money!

March 5 2008

The word is out and yes I will speaking at ILUG2008 (let's hope for real this year). The info: SESSION 9 Speaker 1: John Head Type: Dev Title: Lotus Symphony and You ... How to stop giving Microsoft your money! For years, you have given Microsoft money for Office Licenses. Would you be interested if we could show you how you could save the money and still produce great documents, spreadsheets and presentations? This session is for you. The first half of the session will be a real-world comparison of Lotus Symphony to Microsoft Office and We will help you decide what type of workers and situations should use which product. We will transition the session to cover the Application Development story. What can you do to integrate Lotus Symphony with your applications? We will cover Composite Applications, Expeditor and Plug-ins, and LotusScript support. Come to this session with an open mind! Yes, the session is not your typical conference session. It is