It’t the time of the year when we’ll get notice if we can speak at IBM Connect (aka Lotusphere) or not. Luckily I’ve been accepted for two sessions this time.
I’m a big fan of Vaadin as an UI framework as readers of my blog may have noticed. And I like what IBM is doing in the Bluemix space. Now they’ve joined for a challenge (or contest as some may say).
End of October and beginning of November will be busy for me. After speaking at SNoUG (blogged about that here) I’ll head nearly straightforward to Social Connections in Stuttgart and SUTOL in Prague. And in between I’m very happy to introduce Ulrich as a new member of my team to the development stuff we’re doing here at midpoints.
IBM has published a new release of IBM Notes for Mac OS X. Legally it’s 9.0.1 - technically it’s 9.0.2.
IBM has released IF2 for IBM Domino FP4 IF2 right NOW which supports the latest ECDHE ciphers. And with that ATS (App Transport Security) on iOS and Mac OS X El Capitan.
Once in a year is nomination time for the new IBM Champions. And it has started today!
I’ve been accepted for speaking at the annual Swiss Notes User Group meeting in Zurich, which takes place at 28th October 2015. With a provocative session (title).
A few weeks ago I wrote that it is important to support the specs for Apple’s new App Transport Security (ATS). Here is the proof of what will happen.
IBM has today release the new 220.127.116.11 version of Traveler.
I a recent Skype chat I had with Paul Withers he pointed out that he had some problems to compile the widgetsets for Vaadin add-ons from Eclipse when developing them for the IBM Domino platform. That reminded me that I stumbled upon that problem a year ago or so. Time to document the solution. ;-)