Archive for Presentations

#IBMConnect AD214 What’s Next? Application Modernization Roadmap for Socializing IBM Notes & Domino

February 4 2013

Attached are the slides for the session that John Beck and I gave at IBM Connect 2013. AD214 What's Next? Application Modernization Roadmap for Socializing IBM Notes & Domino from John Head

Comparing the Lotus Symphony 1.3.0.1 and 3.0.0 Presentations LotusScript API

November 10 2010

So how does one tell if the APIs in Lotus Symphony 3 have been updated? Compare to the previous version: Lotus Symphony Presentations 1.3.0.1: Lotus Symphony Presentations 3.0.0 Much nicer :)

How to be Relevant in 2010: Selecting Technologies that are Business Enablers Presentation from CAMP IT

April 7 2010

My co-worker Jim Vaselopulos gave this presentation at the CAMP IT Conference on "IT Architecture: Strategies for New Technology Adoption" on April 1st, 2010. It is a great presentation that covers some great thought leadership. I know Bruce Elgort enjoyed the presentation so I figured I would share it. How to be Relevant in 2010: Selecting Technologies that are Business EnablersView more presentations from Jim Vaselopulos.

Lotusphere 2010 : BP214 IBM Lotus Symphony : Finally, A Developer’s Friend

January 20 2010

BP214 IBM Lotus Symphony : Finally, A Developer's FriendView more documents from John Head. Downloads coming soon

Lotusphere 2010 : JMP106 “Kum Bah Yah” Meets “Lets Kick Butt” : The Integration of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and IBM Lotus Symphony

January 20 2010

JMP106 “Kum Bah Yah” Meets “Lets Kick Butt” : The Integration of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino with Microsoft Office, .NET, and IBM Lotus SymphonyView more documents from John Head. Downloads coming soon

Symphony Thursday: Developer 101 - Presentations "Hello World"

February 26 2009

Symphony Thursday: Developer 101 1. Introduction to UNO Development and Documents/Writer "Hello World" 2. Spreadsheets"Hello World" 3. Presentations "Hello World" Last time, I covered the basics of UNO Development and walked you thru a "Hello World" application for OpenOffice.org Writer and Lotus Symphony Documents. This blog entry will cover an introduction to OpenOffice.org Impress and Lotus Symphony Presentations. Introduction to Lotus Symphony Presentations In both Impress and Symphony Presentations, you work with presentations. From there, you work with slides / pages. On each of those slides / pages, you have shapes. The shapes contain text, graphics, or the other data on your slides. Once you navigate to the shape, you get a text handle to the text object and everything else is much like working with text in Symphony Documents or Writer. Let’s Start Lotus Symphony Presentations To create the instance of Impress / Lotus SYmphony Presentations, call its URL Set I

I want this feature NOW - Presenter Screen

March 5 2008

Thanks to Alan Bell for pointing this out. I so want this feature now in Lotus Symphony .. and Microsoft should steal this and put it into PowerPoint NOW! This is from the OpenOffice.org wiki and is a feature that should be in the OpenOffice.org 3.0 release. Introduction The presenter screen for Impress is a feature (currently in development) that aids a presenter during a slide show. It provides information on a second screen, that typically is not visible to the audience. This includes a view to the currently displayed slide (for when the presenter faces the audience and can not see the primary screen) a preview of the next slide or next effect the notes of the current slide the current time and/or the elapsed time navigation buttons for going to the previous/next slide Here is how it looks at the moment (left the full screen presentation, right the Presenter Screen): The presenter screen is planned to be an extension. However, some core libraries will have to be modifi