Today’s podcast of Think-ing from far away features is an accidental Lifetime Champion full house with guests Paul Withers from Intec and Daniel Nashed from Nashcom alongside Julian, Theo and myself. We discuss the news so far including work Daniel has been working on providing Docker scripts that is being presented by Thomas Hampel this week and the relaunch of code snippets by OpenNTF. We also discuss how us far away users are playing along with Think from home by watching live streams and monitoring blogs.
The Penumbra Group were very happy to present this year’s Prism award given to the IBM’er who most helped the BP Community this year to the amazing Mat Newman , Global Executive, IBM Collaboration Solutions. More details and photo here http://penumbragroup.com. A big thank you from everyone to you Mat.
Tuesday’s podcast is here
In the podcast we again mention hashtags , blogs and twitter accounts those of us who aren’t at Think should keep an eye on this week but we now also have live stream content and replays
Replays including the Chairman’s address:
Watch sessions live stream: https://www.ibm.com/events/think/watch/
Think Today “newsdesk”
Daniel’s Docker Github where the scripts will be posted
Paul’s Github for Nodered
Download the Think mobile app for iOS or Android to stream content from there
What’s happening for ICS during Think
Collaboration Sessions Guide
Tomorrow we hope to have two podcasts on both the Chairman’s address and one focused around Connections announcements so stay tuned.
IBM Champions- All – List
IBM Collaboration Solutions Blog https://www.ibm.com/blogs/collaboration-solutions/
HCL Collaboration Workflow Platforms https://www.cwpcollaboration.com/blogs
Aha! Domino Ideas Lab https://domino.ideas.aha.io
Aha! Connections Ideas Lab https://connections.ideas.aha.io
Collaboration Today https://collaborationtoday.info
Other In Person Events Already Announced For 2019
you’re linking the wrong mp3 for today !
No today’s blog publishes Tuesday’s recording. We are 8hrs ahead before we can record so we are always publishing a day late 🙂