All About That Volt (v11 launch)

We are still a few hours out from the v11 launch event for Domino and Sametime live from Tokyo (https://www.cwpcollaboration.com/blogs/join-us-for-a-live-broadcast-from-tokyo-december-4-our-global-product-launch) but there is already much talk about “Volt” a low code (maybe no code) development tool.

I found this great short demo video which shows what it is better than I can explain having not touched it myself. Very smart stuff that enables rapid simple application development that can work on mobile, be extended with more complex programming if required, and easily integrated with other systems such as sharepoint or salesforce.

Looking forward to hearing all the news in only 6 hours.

At Engage We Are Bringing You Domino, DQL and MOAR Domino

Engage – the largest collaboration user group in Europe takes place May 14th and 15th in Brussels.   It’s free, full of great content with speakers from customers to BPs to HCL and IBM.  There are even three workshops on May 13th, the day before everything kicks off that you can register for with HCL discussing a potential App Store, Panagenda showing you how to optimise your Notes clients and IBM with ISW conducting a workshop on your ideas for the future of Connections.

Between us Tim and I will be presenting four sessions including

Face/Off Domino vs Exchange On Premises (Weds @ 8am – I’ll make it worth your while getting up!) We will discuss how Exchange on premises and the various Outlook clients line up against Domino on premises and its clients.

Domino Server Health – Monitoring and Managing (Tuesday @ 1.30pm) How do you decide what to monitor on your servers and how to manage them and how good practice management tools such as statistics reporting, DDM, cluster symmetry, database repair and policy settings can make your work lighter and faster.

60 Admin Tips In 60 Minutes (Weds @ 9am – yes that’s two sessions one after the other in the same room – bring breakfast and coffee !) You know the drill, tips for Domino, Notes, Verse on Premises, Sametime, Traveler and more

In an introduction to DQL How to use the new Domino Query Language (Weds @ 11.30am) Tim will take you through the new Domino Query Language (DQL), how it works, and how to use it in LotusScript, in Java, and in the new domino-db Node.js module, providing code examples in all three languages.

We are also pleased to be sponsors of Engage this year for the first time and to add our support to the amazing efforts by Theo and Hilde.

Register for Engage and / or a workshop here

See the agenda here

Speaker

At Engage We Are Bringing You Domino, DQL and MOAR Domino

Engage – the largest collaboration user group in Europe takes place May 14th and 15th in Brussels.   It’s free, full of great content with speakers from customers to BPs to HCL and IBM.  There are even three workshops on May 13th, the day before everything kicks off that you can register for with HCL discussing a potential App Store, Panagenda showing you how to optimise your Notes clients and IBM with ISW conducting a workshop on your ideas for the future of Connections.

Between us Tim and I will be presenting four sessions including

Face/Off Domino vs Exchange On Premises (Weds @ 8am – I’ll make it worth your while getting up!) We will discuss how Exchange on premises and the various Outlook clients line up against Domino on premises and its clients.

Domino Server Health – Monitoring and Managing (Tuesday @ 1.30pm) How do you decide what to monitor on your servers and how to manage them and how good practice management tools such as statistics reporting, DDM, cluster symmetry, database repair and policy settings can make your work lighter and faster.

60 Admin Tips In 60 Minutes (Weds @ 9am – yes that’s two sessions one after the other in the same room – bring breakfast and coffee !) You know the drill, tips for Domino, Notes, Verse on Premises, Sametime, Traveler and more

In an introduction to DQL How to use the new Domino Query Language (Weds @ 11.30am) Tim will take you through the new Domino Query Language (DQL), how it works, and how to use it in LotusScript, in Java, and in the new domino-db Node.js module, providing code examples in all three languages.

We are also pleased to be sponsors of Engage this year for the first time and to add our support to the amazing efforts by Theo and Hilde.

Register for Engage and / or a workshop here

See the agenda here

Speaker

Are You Ready? System Requirements #Perfect10

In this 4th webcast in my #Perfect10 series I discuss system requirements for v10 of Domino, Sametime and Traveler.  Yes I know we don’t know those yet and we don’t even have the beta but we do know some things that are coming and more importantly this is something you should do before any major upgrade regardless.  If we want an upgrade to be successful we don’t want it dragged down by old or outdated architecture and operating systems.

It runs a little bit longer than I like at 19 minutes I had a lot of information to cram in. I’m sure you can speed me up to 1.5x if you want to save a few minutes 🙂 As always if you have any feedback or would like me to do a webcast on a specific aspect please let me know.