IBM has released IBM Notes Traveler version 188.8.131.52 with some really nice changes. Read the official documentation here.
I’ll be speaking at engage.ug - the conference formerly known as BLUG - in Ghent. The lineup of content and speakers is awesome, so make sure you’ll be on March 30-31 there!
First of all: I haven’t expected that my previous blog post would create such a buzz… As I’ve received a great number of comment, mails, re-posts, re-tweets and so forth I’m taking this to get into some more details.
Microsoft has released their iOS app “Outlook” today. And it will break your companies security for mobile PIM access in multiple ways! No matter if you’re a Microsoft Exchange or IBM Notes Traveler customer.
Here is my slide deck from the IBM Notes Traveler Daily Business session at IBM ConnectED 2015.
I’ll be speaking at this years EntwicklerCamp (March 2-4, hosted by IBM Champion Rudi Knegt) about two development topics.
I’m a big fan of proving my knowledge. Not only in my day-to-day job, but also in testing my (theoretical) knowledge in doing certification tests.
One of the caveats when using server-side frameworks is that you often don’t have real debugging possibilities for the client-side generated code. There are often no built-in tools to help the developer with that.
I’ve the great opportunity to speak at IBM ConnectED 2015 which takes places from January 25-28 at the Swan hotel. This year my session will be about IBM Notes Traveler (see below), you can use the Session Preview Tool to see what other sessions are planned.