If you have a particular interest in development and are planning on attending the CollabSphere 2018 conference, we’ve put together a list of all the sessions on DevOps.
LOCATION: Grande II DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 01:00 PM – 01:45 PM
With Domino 10 scheduled for release later this year, and both IBM and HCL executing their vision for Domino beyond 2025, it’s time to start thinking about the opportunities that exist for all those Domino applications built years ago. In this session IBM Champions, former co-workers, and pair-programming proponents Devin Olson and Mike McGarel will join forces once again to provide a list of practical tips, techniques, and actions that you can apply to your Domino environment to better prepare your applications for what lies ahead. There has never been a better time to apply care and attention to those applications that have served us so well.
Speakers: Mike McGarel , Celina Insurance Group
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 02:00 PM – 02:45 PM
Domino v10 development will bring us Node.js integration in the form of the “NERD” stack – Node, Express, React and Domino. Using Node and React programming skills developers will be able to access Domino data via a Domino module running under Node. BUT WHAT IS NODE? In this session Tim will explain what Node is, how to work with it, and how Domino developers will be be able to take advantage of this new platform.
Speakers: Tim Davis , The Turtle Partnership
LOCATION: Petit II DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 02:00 PM – 02:45 PM
Speakers: Scott Good , IBM
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 03:00 PM – 03:45 PM
One of the co-founders of scrum has said it takes “two minutes to learn, but a lifetime to master”. In this session, Kathy will cover what Agile Scrum actually IS and how you can benefit from using it in your projects. She’ll cover the basic concepts (duration will be slightly longer than two minutes). She will also show you how to avoid common Agile nightmares. Kathy will compare Agile to other project management techniques and demonstrate why Agile is better for you, your stakeholders, your boss, and ultimately your end users. Kathy promises the session will be shorter than the average lifetime in duration.
Speakers: Kathy Brown , PSC Group, LLC
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 04:00 PM – 04:45 PM
Node-RED is a flow-based, event-driven, low-code programming environment and runtime. Aimed squarely at technically-inclined users—but not necessarily software engineers—Node-RED offers a unique balance of power and ease-of-use. Its flowchart-like editor excels at connecting a diverse set of systems, applications, microservices, APIs, and databases. Built with Node.js, Node-RED’s event-driven architecture integrates naturally with messaging queues, IoT platforms and connected devices. It’s not just a useful tool—it’s the whole toolbox.
In this presentation, I’ll introduce you to Node-RED with straightforward examples. You’ll learn how to get Node-RED running in the cloud, navigate its user interface, and create your own programs (“flows”). You’ll discover how to use Node-RED to monitor a site feed and automatically tweet links to new content. Finally, I’ll show you how to find and use modules (“Nodes”) from Node-RED’s thriving ecosystem, and tie it all together with IBM Cloud and Watson services.
Speakers: Christopher Hiller , IBM
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 05:00 PM – 05:45 PM
Speakers: Knut Herrmann , Leonso GmbH
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Monday, July 23rd TIME: 06:00 PM – 06:45 PM
Come to this session to learn how to get started with automate UI testing your website. A little work up front can save you hours and a better chance for quality releases, especially if you are adopting some type of agile methodology to roll out changes in iterations. Using Selenium, it does not matter what back end technology was used to create the website. Selenium supports testing multiple browsers.
Slobodan Lohja , Canal Barge Company, Inc.
LOCATION: Grande II DATE: Tuesday, July 24th TIME: 01:00 PM – 01:45 PM
We want to ensure that when you to return from this conference you have as much information as possible to allow you to help your organization (or customers) maximize the return on their investment in a portfolio of Domino applications. In this sessions Red Pill Now’s team will bring you up to speed on a wide range of tools that are out there that will help you to take your existing Domino applications to the next level as well as explore ways you may develop new applications for the Domino platform.
LOCATION: Petit II DATE: Tuesday, July 25th TIME: 05:00 PM – 05:45 PM
This session is for anyone who’s used LotusScript enough to know the basics and wants to do more. We’re going to look at ways to make your code perform much faster and more efficiently using real world examples. We’ll also delve as deeply into the new features being added in the upcoming release as the HCL folks will let us.
Speakers: Andrew Pollack , NCT
LOCATION: Grande II DATE: Tuesday, July 24th TIME: 05:00 PM – 05:45 PM
With Domino 10 due out this year, and especially with the possibilities of an integrated Nods.js server, it is time to take a closer look at frontend development. Three heavily used frameworks are available and I will concentrate on one of them: Vue.JS! Why: Getting started is very easy, reduces the effort and this with a steep learning curve! Many developers shy away from the many new topics that come along with a change like this: SPA, NPM, REST, Webpack etc. In this session I’ll show my evolution from being a Domino developer to become a Vue developer. I will explain how Vue.js works, introduce helpful tools for the development and, give practical tips and create a setup with which the development can be started directly.
Speakers: Thilo Volprich , Team Technology GmbH
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 09:00 AM – 09:45 AM
Speakers: Karl-Henry Martinsson , Demand Better Solutions
LOCATION: Grande II DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM
Get hands-on and personal. This is what everyone will be talking about. Get a sneak peek at the future of Domino apps!
Speakers: Barry Rosen , HCL Technologies
LOCATION: Grande III DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 11:00 AM – 11:45 AM
Excited about the new Node.js integration with Domino, Come join Luis Guirigay and Andrew Davis on creating applications using the new Node.js integration with Domino V10.
Speakers: Andrew Davies , HCL Infosystems Ltd.
LOCATION: Grande II DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 01:00 PM – 01:45 PM
Come join Andrew Manby and Jason Gary on the next generation of Low Code.
LOCATION: Grande II DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 02:00 PM – 02:45 PM
Speakers: Knut Herrmann , Leonso GmbH
LOCATION: Petit II DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 02:00 PM – 02:45 PM
XPages guided Domino web development out of a world of archaic proprietary hacks and into the realm of Java server development and something approximating Java EE. Now that the XPages framework is moribund, the question is: what’s next? If you’ve built up Java skills over the years, you have a direct path to use them in the new modern world, whether via OSGi plugins on Domino or standalone Java web projects. This session will discuss the lessons we learned from XPages, how they correspond to newer technologies, and how to bring your existing apps and plugins forward.
Speakers: Jesse Gallagher , I Know Some Guys
LOCATION: Petit I DATE: Wednesday, July 25th TIME: 03:00 PM – 03:45 PM
Speakers: Keith Strickland , Red Pill Now