Red Pill is pleased to be the Corporate Sponsor for the 7th annual MWLUG conference being held at the Ritz Carlton in Atlanta August 19-21. It is still not too late to reserve a spot at what has now become the premier user group for IBM Enterprise Social Software in North America. This year’s event is offering over 40 sessions and workshops spread over three days. We would love to see you there. The Red Pill team has put together four thought-provoking sessions to help you get the most out of your Notes data.
Thursday 11:00: That was then, This is Now – Cabinet
Immediately following the OGS on Thursday the team at Red Pill invites you to join us for an interactive, thought provoking session that will explore exciting new ways to leverage your existing investment in Notes data. Discover the power of Graph databases, the exciting possibilities of a world without applications, and why good design matters — today more than ever before.
Thursday 16:45: Graphs In Action (Nathan Freeman) – Charter
Earlier this year Nathan’s presentation about graph database technology was voted the best presentation at Engage.ug, Europe’s leading user group for ESS. For MWLUG Nathan has added some exciting new content covering the latest enhancements that are now available via the OpenNTF Domino API along with even more examples of graphs in action.
Friday 13:30: A World Without Applications (Peter Presnell & Nathan Freeman) – Committee
In this session we will explain how graph databases can be used to challenge the traditional application-centric approach to software development. We will show you how to get started tearing down data silos and unlocking the value held in Notes databases at the same time as delivering a compelling user experience.
Friday 15:00 Design Matter (Bob Kadrie, Keith Strickland) – Committee
No need to leave the room as Red Pill’s own award-winning designer, Bob Kadrie, explains the importance of design in software engineering. Keith Strickland will then provide practical real world examples of how a design focus can greatly enhance the life of a Web developer and improve the quality of the software being delivered.