I know the conference snuck up on me this year; it always does. The IBM ConnectEd 2015 conference is right around the corner, and the IBM Connections Developer experience is front and center. For your convenience, I have attached the sessions you might be interested in.
Below is a list of app dev sessions from IBM Connect 2014 that have been posted to Slideshare. So far 39 decks have been published. I’ll update the list below when more decks will be added. If you want to add more sessions, please contact me or add them on Listly.
On Monday evening we’ll have a birds of a feather session at IBM Connect which several IBM developers from the app dev team will attend. Please join us to discuss anything related to IBM Collaboration Solutions app dev.
In preparation for tomorrow’s webinar on enhancing email with embedded experiences we released a new article on how to configure the OpenSocial Component on Notes and Domino 9.0 Social Edition. We have seen a fair amount of interest from developers who want to build OpenSocial gadgets and add embedded experience emails to their applications but have had a hard time getting started in Notes and Domino because of the configuration required to render a gadget and embedded experience.
This month Philippe Riand and Ryan Baxter attended IBM Innovate 2013 which is Rational’s counterpart to IBM Connect. Phil and Ryan gave two sessions about the Social Business Toolkit. Below are their slides.
Recently we announced two upcoming social business app dev workshops, one in Germany and one in France. These workshops will be similar to ones held last year in the US and Ireland but with refined content based on feedback from the previous workshops. Here are some of the highlights…
We are happy to announce a new initiative – the Social Business Toolkit webinars.
We’ve planned to host one or two webinars per month on various IBM Social Business Toolkit app dev related topics. Our intent is to deliver high quality content which is presented by various experts from the IBM development teams and potentially from people from the community. In the first 30 – 45 minutes the speakers do the actual presentations and the last 15 minutes are for open discussions.
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