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Speakers: Ed Brill Track: AusLUG
In the AusLUG keynote, Ed Brill, IBM Director of Messaging and Collaboration, will share IBM's vison for social business. Brill will discuss why being a social business matters, how companies are leveraging social business for success, and most importantly, how all of this ties into your existing and future investments in collaboration and productivity technology
The session will cover the advancements in mobile device support and new features of the IBM Collaboration Solutions portfolio being Lotus Notes, Lotus Connections, Lotus Sametime, Lotus Mobile Connect, Lotus Expeditor, and WebSphere Portal.
Speakers: Paul Calhoun Track: Sponsor
What is GBS Transformer? It’s a set of technology and services which modernises and web-enables your existing Lotus Domino applications. What does it do? GBS Transformer automates the conversion of Notes applications to XPages. Why invest? GBS Transformer is a cost-effective way of leveraging your investment in Domino applications while, at the same time, enjoying the latest UI design and Web 2.0 functionality. Time savings Cost savings Access via web browser or Notes Client No data migration required – no associated costs or risks Improved end-user experience and acceptance Standardised application appearance across your organisation Come and listen to Certus and Paul Calhoun from GBS to learn more.
Speakers: Track: AusLUG
The closing session to AusLUG will include prize give-aways from our Sponsors and some announcements. In the spirit of 'Lotusphere' we have a VERY special speaker organised for the CGS, which - of course - will only be revealed when you attend!
There is a lot that can be done by Administrators without needed to change any core Connections code: Want to customise Profiles to add custom attibutes? Want to hide some fields or make some read only? Want to customise Search and what is displayed in search results? Want to populate extra data from data sources other than your LDAP? Want to populate photo's? Want to change the interface, add your logo, change the colour theme, turn features on or off, hide specific widgets? Add some widgets? or do you want to get hard core and customise the API so it contains your extra data? Or even get really hard core and customise the JSP's of Connections?
Speakers: Stephan Wissel Track: Development
In the beginning custom controls are just "subforms for XPages". When diving deeper the power of parameters and isolation becomes apparent. The session will visit proven (and failed) design concepts to build and maintain reusable custom controls. Special attention is given to data binding of custom controls as well as their role in the page life cycle. After the session participants will be able to write better custom controls
Delivering a positive user experience (UX) User experience is often a perceived to be same as “look and feel” or “usability” or “UI Design”. UX designers know however, that user experience is much broader than these individual facets. This presentation will aim to provide a general overview about the various facets that make up user experience (UX), provide an introduction to User Centred Design (UCD) approach and practical UCD activities that can be incorporated into existing software development methodologies to help achieve a better user experience outcome from your next software project. And to conclude, the presentation will also discuss a set of practical design principles using popular examples from the web, which should be considered integral to any software design process.
Implementing Domino Policies can be daunting, however everyone in your Domino/Lotus Notes environment will benefit greatly when you do, including your Help Desk, Administrators and end users. With years of experience in using, teaching and implementing policies for customers. Karen will demonstrate a simplistic approach that you can't afford to miss if you want to move towards a standard operating environment for users and clients that makes available the many new and old features in the Notes clients. So much can be done via polices, and so many help desk errors can be alleviated when using them. From version 6.5 to 8.5 policies have improved greatly however there are still some traps and tips that will benefit you in attending this session. Karen will demonstrate creating and using as well as which settings should be set and how to set. Knowledge of policies is imperiative for a Domino enviroment no matter how big or small, don't put off implementing, be empowered to face the task of using policies in your workplace
Speakers: Stephan Wissel Track: Development
XPages uses JavaScript both on the server and the client side. The session offers an introduction to JavaScript for LotusScript developers. Focusing on server side JavaScript, this session highlights the similarities, differences and common pitfalls. Learn how to write JavaScript style, not just LotusScript in a JavaScript wrapper.
Speakers: Andrew Brew Track: Development
A strength of Notes and Domino has always been the ease of rolling out new designs to applications. In addition, databases can inherit their design automatically from design templates, or from other databases, to ensure that a set of databases keep their designs synchronised. More fine-grained control can be got by using inheritance on individual design elements. This allows a suite of databases to have a "family resemblance", using the same UI and other interchangeable parts, while maintaining their own individual identities. Going beyond what Notes provides out of the box, bundles of parts that deliver particular application functions can be defined in a warehouse of pre-built (and pre-tested) parts. This makes possible not just traditional Notes RAD, but SRAD - Super-Rapid Application Development. Standard parts can be injected into new, or even into existing, applications to provide the services you need. Later enhancements can be rolled out to the applications that use them without disturbing the rest of the code. The result is that new applications can be developed and deployed even more quickly than Notes shops are used to, and existing applications can be maintained and enhanced with less effort. The force-multiplier effect of this can be dramatic. Learn how to set up a SRAD infrastructure to multiply your productivity, and how to avoid the pitfalls.
Speakers: John Stockbridge Track: Business
Alinta Assist is an independent Plumbing and Electrical Services company that was successful in its bids for both phases of the Western Australian Government's Gas Appliance Replacement Program. Contacting 40000 customers, arranging inspections and then coordinating installations is a massive undertaking, especially within a 5 month time-frame. Learn how Alinta implemented an IBM Lotus Domino solution to run this program utilising Domino's legendary collaborative technology, remote connectivity and ease of use to achieve it's business goals.
So you did your first sidebar plug-in for Lotus Notes and deployed it to users, but now you're stuck. If you want to do more with your Lotus Notes or Lotus Sametime client, want to learn cool extension points, best practices and see real life examples - then this session is for you. Learn about object contributions, "fly the magic carpet" and do OAuth authentication from plug-ins. This is how the Jedis do it - and May the Force Be with You!
Whether you are an experienced Administrator, or new to the game, here are the principals that are essential to master the Domino System. 16 years of experience in Domino administration, assistance and education summarised in 10 simple rules - reinforced with critical concepts and demonstrations - that will help you keep your Domino environment happy and healthy and your users communicating and collaborating.
Do you want to save between 10 to 50% disk space in two easy steps (and not via DAOS)? Are you over Consistency check on server restarts? Does your Domino server automatically restart and email you when it has? Are you using the one stop shop for administering your Domino environment? Have you run the DCT tuner to see if you're configurered correctly? Why should you run the Out of Office as a service! Seriously cut down help desk calls with ID Vault! Implement an archiving system that you're users will love and it's free! Plus heaps more! Don't miss this pain free but gain more session by Karen Hooper who is an Advanced 8.5 Certifified Instructor and Administrator with over 13 years experience.
Speakers: Peter Presnell Track: Development
Lotus Notes is renowned as an application development environment that truly shines when it comes to RAD - both Rapid Application Development, and Rapid Application Deployment. But what about testing? If you are developing or testing modern Notes applications that are complex, reach out to many users, and/or are mission critical, this session is for you. We will cover a wide range of hands-on techniques (with code) that can be used to test your applications to ensure your user's don't smell a rat. We will cover testing UI elements such as Forms and XPages as well techniques that can be used for testing code (@Formulae, LotusScript, Java, and SSJS). We will also show how tests can be automated to put the “R” in your RAT.
So why Websphere Application Server? WAS is the underlying architecture behind many of Lotus' more advanced collaboration technologies including the IBM Lotus Sametime family, IBM Lotus Quickr for Portal and IBM Lotus Connections. That is just a start! As a Lotus Domino administrator wanting to expand your use collaboration tools you need to get to grips with WAS, understanding what it does, how it integrates with data stores and directories and what part it plays in the technologies you want to use. In this session we'll cover all of that and more, showing you in an hour how to get started with WAS or take on administration of an existing system along with live demonstrations of its application within Lotus products.
Learn how current Domino capabilities can lower costs and improve productivity through a recap of recent Lotus Domino highlights. Gain insight into 8.5.3 features and the future with a preview of upcoming Lotus Domino capabilities. Come see how Lotus Domino is evolving to provide "lofty" capabilities that organisations are demanding in areas such as cloud, automation, and further cost reduction.
Speakers: Peter May Track: Business
Last year Ed Brill told us that “Project Vulcan is the blueprint for where Lotus Notes is going”. So how can we best prepare for this move from where customers are today to where they will be in the future, with this convergence of the IBM product suite ? Hear about the key learnings from the architect of a four-year project to implement IBM Social Business across some 570 sites for a community services organisation in Australia. Planning considerations for the implementation and customization of Lotus Quickr, IBM Connections, IBM Sametime, Lotus iNotes, Lotus Traveler and an upgrade to the Notes client, for 3,500+ people. What was achieved; how the products were integrated; what was learned; and what might be done differently next time. If you are planning to implement any of these technologies, or need to better understand why you should be considering such a venture, this session is for you.
Speakers: Paul Calhoun Track: Development
The XPage Extension Library brings extremely powerful development capabilities to developing XPages solutions. This session will walk through installing and configuring the library for development and deployment purposes. Also covered will be how to utilize the components of the Extension library in your XPage solutions.
Collaboration has always been an integral part of an innovative business. Social is the next step in the evolution of collaboration. Helping organisations use collaborative technologies, innovate with new ideas and implement exceptional systems is where ISW excels. ISW has INNOVATION as a core business value. We are proud of our ability to solve business problems with creative and innovative solutions. Join Australia's IBM Champions: Adam Brown and Mat Newman, as well as Tim Royle and Joel Thirgood as they out line ISW's own strategies to drive innovation and outline some of our more innovative projects that have helped deliver outstanding results for our clients.
Speakers: Andrew Brew Track: Development
Javascript Object Notation is a powerful and lightweight way of moving data from a Domino server to a browser client. It is built in to the Javascript language, but is under-used by Domino developers. This session will give attendees a good understanding of variables and objects in Javascript, and of how this forms the foundation of JSON. Examples will be show of how this can be used in Domino applications to visualise large data sets in a dynamic way. This is the first part of a two-hour presentation given at Lotusphere 2011 (see also the second part "Dynamic Graphical Interfaces in Domino")
Speakers: Andrew Brew Track: Development
Domino is traditionally used for business-oriented applications - workflow processes and the like. It tends to be avoided for applications that are graphics-intensive, or intended to present visualisations of large data sets. This session examines an application that breaks both of those conventions. Domino on the back end and a Javascript-enabled browser on the front end are used to create intricate and richly textured geographical maps. Each point on the map is described by one or more Notes documents, and thousands of such documents are combined "on the glass" to form a coherent presentation. Key techniques used are: Javascript (in the browser) AJAX LotusScript (on the server) JSON (supplied by Notes views) The role of each of these will be examined, and code samples provided. This is Part II of a two hour presention given at Lotusphere 2011. The first part is listed separately as "Introduction to JSON"
Speakers: Steve Hooper Track: Sponsor
Collaborative, social, networking, instant responses are not only buzz words, they are the ways we work and live! One thing is required for all this to happen; network/servers/applications to be up and running and responding! To a department whose task it is to keep this happening it can be a challenge! If you look at your collaborative solutions in your organisation, you will see that you do not use just one tool, you use multiple: Domino for Email, BES for Email to your mobile device, Sametime for shared meetings or you may used a combination of Domino, Traveler, and Sametime, you may even have Exchange, BES, Sametime . Organisations today have a portfolio approach to their IT collaborative tools. No one tool meets all requirements, so there may be many components to an organisations complete collaborative arsenal. Are your Exchange / Domino Servers up and running? Yes? Are they delivering Email? Yes? How long on average does it take to deliver emails? The GSX team have been developing monitoring, reporting and alerting solutions for collaboration platforms for over 14 years. Learn how you can revolutionise your environment to not only greatly assist your technical staff but also satisfy the expectations of all your customers, clients and users!
Due to the "consumerization of IT", mobile devices including Blackberry, Android, and iPhone are becoming a more important extension of organizations' business processes. However, providing end users with access to email and calendars along with applications can be a complex and time consuming process. Ben will cover key issues facing administrators and developers in the enterprise mobility space, and will provide options for managing mobility and developing custom mobile Notes applications in a simpler way.
Speakers: Karen Hooper Track: AusLUG
Definition of Nerd: an intelligent but single-minded person obsessed with a nonsocial hobby or pursuit: a computer nerd. Definition of Girls: a female child, from birth to full growth. From the definition above I am proclaiming that Nerd Girls are intelligent, single-minded, and female. But the question is, does it matter if you are male or female and work in the IT Industry? In Australia do we all co-habit peacefully; male and female or do women believe there is prejudice towards either of the sexes? We will have some of the most amazing women and men sitting on our panel to share their experiences. We will also open up the floor for you the attendee to share or ask questions. All are welcome for the inaugural Aussie #NerdGirl panel!
Speakers: Matthew Smith Track: Business
Over the past 5 years the growth of social media in the community has seen social media software in one form or another find it's way into the IT landscapes of most organisations. This influx has been in the form of extensions and upgrades to existing collaborative software as well as new deployments of social software - often with different software in different parts of the business. This talk examines the reasons why investment in integration and consolidation of social and collaborative software makes sense and explores strategies and technologies for doing so via a demonstration of several IBM software products existing in an integrated environment. This talk can be tailored to either a business or technical audience.
Do you know about OSGi? Do you know you could use OSGi for better and less fragile applications on several Lotus application platforms? If not you should come to this session to learn all about OSGi, why it's important for you as a (Lotus) developer and why it will be one of the best tools in your toolbox. Besides learning the basics of OSGi you'll learn how to use OSGi in your Java plug-ins for Lotus Notes and Lotus Sametime, in your XPages and on the Lotus Domino Server. Be like Lego - be modular and reusable!
Speakers: Luc Betbeder-Matibet Track: Business
The Faculty of Medicine students and staff at the University of New South Wales use an integrated portal environment built on Domino called eMed. From first application to graduation with everything in-between (things like Timetabling, Assignment Submission, Marking, Courses and Student Placement) they all reside in eMed. The "Map" for example, contains details on all 1465 Learning Activities in the six years of the Undergraduate Medicine Program. We know what we teach! Luc will cover how an iterative development approach supported by active user involvement on a flexible application platform has resulted in eMed being such a success within UNSW creating a more productive and efficient environment for our students and staff.
Widgets and plug-ins are often confused. Learn the differences, how they interact and security considerations. Dig into policies, site updates and what it takes to give the users flexibility merged with total control of their every move.
Speakers: Joel Thirgood Track: Development
Have you ever seen those websites where you can see when the sales or support staff are available for a chat? Ever thought to yourself that you should be able to do that with Sametime? Guess what ... You're right, and better yet it is really easy! In this session, you will be taken through a tour of options for integrating Sametime presence awareness and instant messaging into a range of different applications, both internal and public facing. See first hand the power of Sametime and how easily it can be integrated in to any web application, and for the developers amongst us, how simple it is to implement using the Sametime proxy.
Catchup on the latest news for Unified Communications and Collaboration.... With Sametime 8.5.2 now released see how you and your organization can benefit from upgrading. We will also cover the exciting roadmap, incorporating new features & our mobility strategy....listen out for our exciting new Sametime Unified Telephony offer too...
Speakers: Stephen Wellington Track: Business
This session will show how the ABS has enhanced our existing Notes-based Knowledge Management environment with the new social capabilities of Connections. We'll run through the challenges we faced, the adoption and deployment strategies and how the organisation is now seeing real business benefits. We'll also touch on our deployment of Sametime instant messaging and meeting capabilities and how the lessons we learnt have been applied to the introduction of Connections.
Speakers: Karen Hooper Track: Business
True ... or False: "You can’t teach an old dog new tricks"? "If you use Outlook you don’t need training"? "There is no real return of investment for training"? Even if you were using Lotus Notes in your preschool years, Karen is guaranteed to show you something new that will save time, improve your productivity, is easily passed on too your users, and proves all of the above ... FALSE. Author of the "Lotus Notes 8.5 User Guide" (available on amazon.com), Karen has trained thousands of people and recently had the privilege of training a large number who were moving from Outlook to Lotus Notes. Karen will show you WHY those users LOVED Lotus Notes after she demonstrated features that saved time and frustration! This session will cover some of the key aspects you should know about Lotus Notes, the benefits of training, how easy training can be to deliver and includes pointers to the myriad of free training tools available! It's a 60 minute investment that is sure to save you (and your users) AT LEAST 60 hours in gained productivity!
Speakers: Peter May Track: Development
In November 2010 a customer paid in advance for a new workflow application. Catch was: it had to be built in XPages and work on the iPad. Of course, they needed it yesterday. This is the story of how to become an XPages Developer in a few short months. Made possible by a trip to Copenhagen and the wonderful resources the XPages community continually makes available. The presentation will show code samples from the challenges encountered in building a real workflow application in 8.5.2. Help you to get started on a journey you'll never regret, and to provide new tips for those already on their way.
Join Chris Miller as he takes you through a day long event in Sametime 8.5.2. Start with planning your architecture, upgrade planning steps and integrating the new features. Develop an understanding of which parts must be included and what is optional. Learn about the Sametime System Console (SSC), building deployment plans and then beginning the installation. See enough diagrams, screenshots and live work to complete your journey into an enterprise level deployment of Sametime 8.5.2. There is also a surprise bonus for attendees that will be announced there.
Speakers: Adam Brown Track: Business
This session outlines the real business value of social software with specific use cases of IBM Connections 3.0.1. The session will firstly outline a number of business outcomes that can be achieved by leveraging social software and then outline some key strategies to driving user adoption. This session will be done using LIVE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS for Demos.
Speakers: Peter Carr Track: Business
With the days of the flagship desktop service now gone forever many CIOs have struggled to move on. The very crux of the old-world desktop model was email. Its religious-style debates shaped enterprise thinking and product selection since the turn of the century. But today many organisations are unwittingly using old-world debates to make new-world decisions about core enterprise strategy based on email provider churn. But email is now just one part in an extended collaborative continuum and businesses are realising all too late that “next generation collaboration” nirvana is unachievable by simply changing email platforms. Today the journey for true enterprise-collaboration begins with an underlying network capability leading to three (3) core strategic paths: The IP Communication Strategic Path; The IP Telephony Strategic Path; and The IP Collaboration Strategic Path. In this presentation, Longhaus will unpack each phase of the new collaboration continuum to expose the weaknesses and roadblocks presented by a messaging-centric strategy. Using Australian data and market examples from both 2001 and 2011 Longhaus will discuss achievable end-games depending on the specific technology decisions being made. The presentation will outline how enterprises must undertake business value assessments of the underlying technology platforms for either IP-Communications or IP-Collaboration approaches which typically split enterprise decision makers and leave the ICT organisation with budgets for legacy email-focused procurement rather than long-term vision.
Speakers: Track: AusLUG
The weekly roundtable discussion of all things Social, Collaboration, Technology and Community... This week the TWiL team will be chatting with participants at AusLUG.
Smartphones and Tablets from the general consumer market provide opportunities to deliver personal productivity improvements and cost effective IT services to an increasingly mobile workforce. Traditionally, organisations such as Qld Treasury have used RIM Blackberry to provide a mobile messaging service. This presentation will cover how Qld Treasury has enhanced its messaging service, delivered business focussed outcomes and gained considerable respect from the business through the deployment of IBM Lotus Notes Traveler and an iPad/iPhone fleet. IBM Lotus Notes Traveler is allowing employees to work more flexibly and access their email, calendar, contacts and corporate systems from various mobile device platforms (potentially even personal devices). The presentation will highlight the challenges/risks faced, the adoption/deployment strategies and how the organisation intends to further benefit from this deployment.
With IBM Forms, a smart electronic form can be pre-populated with information from other data sources, be designed once and accessed on many devices and take advantage of the new HTML5 standard. Come and see an example of IBM Forms being used across an iPad and a desktop, capturing a digitised signature, using HTML5 widgets, tightly integrated to Domino, using a Domino Database for the pre-population of the form, as well as the archival storage of the entire form; and processing of the XML data behind the form.
Speakers: Paul Calhoun Track: Development
In version 8.5.x developers are limited to Domino View and Form designs as data sources for the controls on an XPage. Where in most cases this is not a limiting factor it can be restrictive. What if you could render any XML stream that is accessible via URL and output that data to an XPage using standard XSLT Stylesheets, Table, Data Table or Dojo Grid controls? The majority of systems today (from RDMS to ERP systems) have the ability to output their data as an XML stream. This session will walk attendees through the process of accessing Domino and Non-Domino based data as XML and rendering that data to XPage controls. Attendees will leave with working examples of how to integrate any XML stream into their XPage designs. Also see how to integrate JDBC data with XPages with ZERO code !!!!
Considering your move to "The Cloud", or examining the options available? Walk through real world examples of traditional, virtualised and cloud infrastructure models that have been implemented, and discover why the best platform for any model is IBM Lotus Domino. Learn why - as a Domino Administrator - you still have complete control of your environment, whatever the direction you decide to take, and how LotusLive can fit within your infrastructure mix.
Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 introduces many new features and enhancements for both end users and administrators. We'll show many of the compelling new capabilities in the browser interface and the Lotus Quickr connectors (incl. Win 64 bit), that will make it even easier to deploy, manage, customise, and use Lotus Quickr.
Speakers: Paul Calhoun Track: Development
Wondering what all the buzz is about XPages? Find out for yourself with this FREE course!!! Introduction to XPages Development (8.5) covers the basics of getting started with XPages development using Domino Designer 8.5. This course is for experienced Notes and Domino developers who have limited or no experience with XPages development. There are many demonstrations and activities done right in the Domino Designer 8.5 client to provide hands-on practice in developing Domino applications. The course covers: An introduction to the Domino Domino Designer in Eclipse (DDE) Working with the Applications Navigator and creating Working Sets How to use the Eclipse Perspectives, Views and Editors Creating XPages for your application Displaying Domino views and documents on XPages Using the XPages Core controls for creating and editing Domino documents Demonstrations to show you the power of advanced XPages techniques and capabilities
Speakers: Russell Maher Track: Development
Themes a mystery? Not anymore! Learn how to use one of the most powerful design elements in XPages. See how to build a theme from scratch step by step, piece by piece then take the application home with you! We will start with a simple XPage application, create a theme and then apply that theme. Next we will add CSS Style Sheet and jQuery JavaScript theme resources to improve application appearance and add functionality. The final step is to add global XPage control configurations to the theme to reduce application maintenance. Understanding the power and scope of themes can dramatically improve user satisfaction and developer productivity.
You've invested years in developing and refining your skills as a Notes developer using Forms, Views, and LotusScript. Now you are being asked to take the next step and build Modern Web 2.0 application in the same NSF container, but using XPages. In this session we will highlight some of the key similarities between the two approaches to Notes development that can be leveraged to your advantage. We will also look at some of the new things that must be learned and mastered as we start to develop our first few XPage applications.
Everything you need to know about configuring, installing, taming and using the Data Moving Animal - TDI. Learn how to avoid common pitfalls during installation and configuration. See how to configure TDI using Live demonstrations involving disparate data sources to populate and maintain multiple IBM Connections profiles. Deep dive into key techniques to maximise utilisation of your existing data, including developing custom assembly lines to populate report to chains, photos and extended data attributes. We'll show you how TDI is more than just directory synch, it is THE data moving animal!
Speakers: Dion Boyd Track: Business
How The Salvation Army is using Lotus Technology to support their work in the South Pacific and East Asia zone. Featuring Domino, Traveler, Connections and Quickr.

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Join Chris Miller as he takes you through a day long event in Sametime 8.5.2. Start with planning your architecture, upgrade planning steps and integrating the new features. Develop an understanding of which parts must be included and what is optional. Learn about the Sametime System Console (SSC), building deployment plans and then beginning the installation. See enough diagrams, screenshots and live work to complete your journey into an enterprise level deployment of Sametime 8.5.2. There is also a surprise bonus for attendees that will be announced there.




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