Lotusphere 2006 - Day 2
Session, interviews, sessions, and even more sessions. It was a really busy day.
ID101 What’s New in the IBM Lotus Notes ClientThe tile says ist all. Nice overview of what’s new, what’s coming, etc. Heidi Votaw and Kevin Cavanaugh did a wonderfull and entertaing session,
Kevin taking the role of the tech-head,”interrupting” several times zu „clarify” things.
There were a few nice slides:
ID115 Domino’s Intimate Relationship with Memory, CPUs and Storage
Eddy Bell and Andy Nolet gave a stunning, deeply technical and extremly interessting session on how Domino works on the different platforms, how itmanages memory and how the disc I/O is managed. There were quite a few good tips on how to improve performance. And by the was: They looked and talk as if they just went out of their labs, took off thier white lab-coats and gave their presentation. Two very cool and very knowledgable guys. Impressive.
INV108 The Future of Open Composite Applications with HannoverNow this was my first wrong choice. Maybe I am too picky, but I expected a litte bit more information on the benefits of Composite Applications and how to do them and note some nitty-gritty details on a technology that will probably change a lot till it will be generally available. Also both were not native english speakers and definatey not used to present in front of a large crowed.
Other stuffAs I also had a few interviews and other stuff going on Thuesday, I called it a day after the last session and went to bed.
Tagged as: conference, Ein_Tag_im_Leben, Lotus, Lotusphere2006, Notes, orlando | Author: Martin Leyrer
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