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  • Our Birds-of-a-Feather session has been selected by the Lotusphere attendees!

    Karsten Lehmann  10 December 2009 16:32:54
    Good news from IBM today: Our BoF has been approved for Lotusphere 2010. That's our second approved session and particularly great because the BoF sessions were voted by the Lotusphere attendees.
    Our session is one of those that they would most like to see on the agenda.

    This is IBM's description for this kind of session:

    Audience: Any and all Lotusphere attendees
    Description: Come one, come all! Birds-of-a-Feather sessions are a popular feature of Lotusphere, bringing together communities and individuals with similar interests. These sessions are informal, interactive discussion groups for like-minded attendees to share ideas and experiences in an small group, open forum setting.

    And here is our session abstract:

    Application Architecture based on Composite Application technology

    Composite Application technology builds a bridge between several worlds. With it you can transfer information between programming languages like Java and Lotusscript, fill Symphony spreadsheets with the contents of a Notes view, sent commands to host applications and even automate Windows applications.
    With the introduction of XPages for the Notes client, CA technology gains additional momentum, because they are the way to go, if you need interaction between your XPages application and the surrounding Notes client platform.
    We would like to share our experiences with Composite Application technology and discuss how an application architecture based on Composite Application technology could look like if you start designing it from scratch.

    We are really looking forward to Lotusphere and are heavily working on cool demos for our session about the new Java API's of Lotus Notes 8.5.1.