MWLUG 2014 is less than two weeks away! Are you attending? PSC Group will be there two. First, you can meet us in the vendor showcase. We will be talking about our services and solutions and will be all ready to talk about how we can help you. We also have 4 sessions given by PSC Group team members. Don't fall asleep using Relational Databases: Using Hibernate with XPages Toby Samples Friday, August 29th, 2014 at 11:30 AM - Gerald Ford room Domino is THE all-purpose Application Server that fits all of your needs even if those needs involve relational databases. Hibernate is an object-relational mapping library for Java and can be used with XPages. The framework can help you easily combine the relational databases that you have with the secure, flexible environment you already know and love. In this session I will demonstrate that with a little setup Hibernate allows you to treat records in a relational database in a similar manner as Domino documents in a Domino Database. You wi
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MWLUG 2012 - BP101: Keep Your Business Running! High Availability and Disaster Recovery ideas for your Social, Messaging and Collaboration EnvironmentsAugust 21 2012
You can find Luis's session here Mwlug hadr for ibm collaboration solutions from Luis Guirigay
Andrew Barickman's session on XPages AD112: Usability Lessons From the Worlds Largest XPages Project (MWLUG) from John Head You can find the demo database here.
MWLUG 2012 - SB103: IBM Lotus Notes/Domino App. Dev. Competitive Advantage: The Social Business EditionAugust 21 2012
Attached are the slides that John Beck and I gave at MWLUG 2012 IBM Lotus Notes/Domino Application Development Competitive Advantage : The Social Business Edition (MWLUG Edition) from John Head
Midwest Lotus User Group, otherwise known as MWLUG, is coming in just over a month! I am pleased to announce that four sessions given by PSC employees appear on the agenda: SB103: IBM Lotus Notes/Domino App. Dev. Competitive Advantage: The Social Business Edition Speaker: John Head - PSC Group, and John Beck - IBM Corporation, IBM Collaboration Solutions Worldwide Messaging Business Unit Executive Some organizations are neglecting or under-utilizing one of the greatest IT assets in their portfolio today - the Notes/Domino application platform. Some are even considering re-coding Domino applications in other languages and development tools. In this session we present the business case and technical merits of Notes and Domino in direct comparison to other tools such as Microsoft SharePoint. We will put application migration and new application development head to head. Based on data collected from real-world engagements we will demonstrate the positive return on investment of the Note
MWLUG 2011: @Edbrill talks about Notes/Domino 8.5.4, Notes ’Next’, LotusLive Symphony, and the future of the Notes Basic ClientAugust 26 2011
Miss Ed Brill's session at MWLUG "IBM Messaging Update"? Since the room only held about 50 people, it is most likely you did. I has asked Ed earlier in the day if he was talking about anything new. He said probably not, just due to the timing of the conference vs the quarter. Made sense. Then I sat in his session and heard 4 topics where he talked publically in a fashion I have not heard before. 1. Notes & Domino 8.5.4 is coming in 2012 Ed talked about the next release of the product, 8.5.4. This will be primarily a maintenance release, in contrast to 8.5.1, 8.5.2, and 8.5.3. It will introduce some back-end services needed for the next news item. 2. Notes Next is coming in 2012 - and it won't be called 9 A feature pack is coming in 2012 that will bring the Project Vulcan and Social Business experiences to the Notes client. It will also elevate the web and mobile experience to be 1st class citizens in the client world. We got to see the current version of the UI - and it's very
PSC will be making our yearly appearance at MWLUG - Midwest Lotus Users Group - this week, August 24-26, 2011 at the Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel in Brookfield, WI. PSC is a sponsor with a table in the main room. We are also presenting three sessions: IA104: Got Problems! Let's do a Health Check Speaker: Luis Guirigay - PSC Group, LLC, Senior IT Specialist/Architect with Kim Greene - Kim Greene Consulting, Inc., President, Thursday, August 25th, 2011 at 11 AM in Moorland 7 Have you inherited a Lotus Domino infrastructure you don't understand? Do you have problems happen that you don't know how to prevent? Wondering if your servers are healthy enough or have room for improvements? If so, this session is for you. Performing a health check on a regular basis is a must to keep your servers robust and error free. The presenters frequently perform health checks for their customers, ensuring server environments are running as cleanly and efficiently as possible. In this session
MWLUG is back again for the third year. And once again PSC will be there. PSC is a sponsor and myself and Luis Guirigay are speaking. I am speaking on why developing modern apps in Notes/Domino makes sense with David Vai of IBM and on the integration of applications with Notes & Domino. Luis, together with Kim Greene, will deliver their ever-popular session on Domino Health Checks. Looking forward to seeing everyone in Milwaukee! The third annual Midwest Lotus User Group Conference 2011 is coming soon to Milwaukee, WI at the Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel, August 24-26, 2011. This year we have over 37 sessions from some of the best and most knowledge speakers. We have added a new track this year, the Social Business track. This track includes real business cases of companies using Social Media to successfully market and drive their business using a variety of different tools including IBM Connections. Social Business sessions include business cases from the retail and heal
Last week, in Cleveland, Ohio, the second MWLUG took place. MWLUG 2010 was bigger and better than the first last year. Here are some thoughts on the conference: 1. The conference really came into it's own this year. As much as I liked being in Chicago last year - and being at the IBM Innovation Center - being a hotel in another city took MWLUG to it's user group roots. It felt like a user group conference - not something IBM ran. This was a good thing. 2. The attitude of the user group mentality really set in - and set MWLUG apart from IamLUG. I was really frustrated with two user group conferences, within 300 miles of each other, in the same month in 2009. This year - it didn't matter. Only 12 people, including IBM and the sponsors, were duplicated between IamLUG and MWLUG. And I think this was great. 3. Sessions were far more relaxed and in the same vein as a user group meeting. Lots of new speakers who have never spoken before. More low key sessions with a lot more Q&A. The v
MWLUG 2010 - “Kum Bah Yah” meets “Lets Kick Butt” : The Integration of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and IBM Lotus SymphonyAugust 20 2010
MWLUG 2010 - “Kum Bah Yah” meets “Lets Kick Butt” : The Integration of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and IBM Lotus SymphonyView more presentations from John Head. Download the PSC Integration Samples database here. The OpenNTF.org Contacts Experience project is located here.
MMLUG 2009 Integration And Coexistence SessionView more documents from John Head. Download the Demo Database here