we're done - preperation for our LCTY-Event this year are almost completed. All rooms are booked, the agenda is set, slidedecks are almost ready, demos are coming together nicely and lots of people are flocking in.
This years event is really special for me - for the first time, Maureen Leland and Philippe Riand will be presenting in Ehningen and I'm really excited to hear their talks on Designer and XPages.
A lot of new technologies are about to go out of the door and some will be demo-ed there for the first time:
- Our XPages based Portal solution comes as version 2
- KlickTel! for Notes - automated address management & reverse phone number lookup services for Notes
- RichText-to-Symphony Converter Beta - a tool to create Symphony Files from Notes Documents and RichText including PDF Conversion
- Our first Domino Server OSGi-Plugin: SIT Workflow Designer Alpha for our XPages based Workflow Engine
Plus, we will demo mobile apps on the Blackberry Playbook and will see one hands-on in a session done by Axel Conrad from RIM.
But the most special guest I am really excited about is Martin Jetter, CEO IBM Germany. As this year is IBM's centenial year, I am really delighted to have him talk to us about that and his personal experience with IBM Collaboration Software.
For those of you who like to see the whole agenda of the event go here: http://www.sit.de/events/lcty
For those who are coming to Ehningen on friday - save travels and see you there soon !