Next weeks: EntwicklerCamp, XPages and Beer and BLUG

chatFrank van der Linden | e-office   8 March 2013 10:04:44
Next weeks it will be busy ones. Most of the time travelling to various events.

First stop will be Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Image:Next week: EntwicklerCamp, XPages and Beer and BLUGNext monday I will drive to Gelsenkirchen to attend EntwicklerCamp, run by Rudi Knegt, he is from the Netherlands, but famous in Germany. It is a real Developer conference.
Lots of great speakers will be presenting.
I will do 2 sessions,
- Domino Designer and Source Control and how to setup it all.
- A introduction of DOTS. How to create, debug and deploy your first DOTS tasklet.

Image:Next week: EntwicklerCamp, XPages and Beer and BLUGOn wednesday on my way back from EntwicklerCamp I will drive to Deventer to attend the third version of XPages and Beer hosted by Saxion.
This time Niklas Heidloff of IBM and OpenNTF will be presenting about XPages and IBM Connect last january in Orlando.
It is always fun to meet all the XPages developers in the Netherlands. Good to share thoughts and do some networking.

The week after EntwicklerCamp and XPages and Beer will BLUG week.
Image:Next week: EntwicklerCamp, XPages and Beer and BLUGThis week I was asked by Theo Heselmans to fill in a gap in the agenda. I am honored to be asked and be part (again) as a speaker.
It one of the best run  Usergroup events on the European continent. As an attendee and speaker you are well treated.
This time there will be 18 IBM Champions among the speakers.

I will travel to Leuven on wednesday. So I will have some time to do some sightseeing and be on time for the speakers diner.
As e-office we are well presented at the BLUG. My co-worker Sasja Beerendonk will do 2 sessions, one about Gamification and the other together with Marion Vrielink from Saxion about more effective meetings with IBM Connections.
And I will do again do a session about DOTS.

So it will be busy, but also nice to meet and speak lots of people. Always good to be at those events.

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