Here is a video recording of my presentation where I show the new stuff in HCL Notes 12.0.1, as well as cool stuff in older versions of Notes.
Restyling With the Young at Engage
After a three year break I was back at Engage again, and I put my faith in the hands of the young! Read on!
A Death in the Family
Unfortunately I will not be attending Engage next week, even though I promoted my appearance in my last blog posting. It was with a heavy heart I had to send an email to Theo Heselmans today to cancel my appearance.
Come See Me at Engage
For the fifth year in a row I’m invited to go to the Engage conference to give a talk. This year I will teach you how to be a Notes superhero!
Let’s Connect Part 2: Why Don’t the Users Listen to Us?
Why is it so difficult to get users to adhere to our message about social collaboration, file sharing and not to use email? We discussed that at Let’s Connect. Here’s the second part of my summary. Also: You get my presentation about sexy wikis.
Let’s Connect, and Avoid Misunderstandings
See that awesome design in this photo? That’s just some of the news and knowledge I took back from Münich. And I also took a hard lesson. Read on!
Almost Oktoberfest in Münich
Come to see me speak in Münich during Social Connections. Oh yeah, there are some other people who will be speaking as well… Read all about it here.
I Became Engaged Again
As usual the Engage usergroup conference was a highlight. Here’s my summary and how to keep Norwegian roads safe with Domino!
Stuck in Brussels
I woke up this morning to a text message telling me that my plane was cancelled. Stuck in Brussels an extra day. What to do? I spent this week at the Engage conference, which this year took place in Belgium. I gave a presentation yesterday about a solution that my colleagues at iSi have made….
Come and Hear Me Speak About How Domino Makes Norwegian Roads Safer
For the fourth year in a row I will be a presenter and speaker at the biggest ICS usergroup event in the world. And this year I will be giving a presentation that neither developers nor executives will want to miss!