IBM has released the following fixes for Traveler: 8.5.3 UP2 IF8, 184.108.40.206 IF8, 9.0.1 IF7.
IBM has released interim fixes for IBM Notes and Domino tonight that address the POODLE and SHA-2 issues.
First the most important: THANK YOU TIM AND CO. FOR ORGANIZING THAT AWESOME EVENT. And also thanks for the awesome speakers gift - a TP LINK nano wireless router. Very much appreciated.
I’m honored to speak at ICON UK 2014. The event is held at the IBM Client Centre in London, which looks like a first-class location.
Less people know that one of my pet technologies I’ve worked with in the last years was everything around certificates. I’m not talking about SSL for websites only, more about using certificate-based technology in general.
Here comes post no. 3 about WWDC 2014 (the last one in this series). So let’s see how to make users and developers happy.
After describing the benefits of the upcoming changes regarding iCloud in my previous post about WWDC 2014 (I know - I’m late) I’m now talking about some more technical stuff. So let’s talk about Extensions and Frameworks.
Upgrading existing software is sometimes cumbersome. Long checklists, validating pre-conditions, maintaining backups etc.
As said in my previous post WWDC showed that everything is about the users and the developers. Going through all the changes made it often hard for me to say “that’s only where developers benefit” and “that’s only where users benefit”.
I’m a little late with this post as Apple’s WWDC conference happened nearly three weeks ago. But I don’t like to have things in draft mode - so here we go.