And the winner is…… HR Assistant

Last Friday during the closing session of Icon UK in London Inhi Suh announced, with a little help of Alan Hamilton, the results of the ICS Developer competition 2016. To my big surprise our submission, HR Assistant was selected as winner. Frédéric, my partner in crime in this competition was also very surprised a few timezones to Read More

Speaking at SNoUG

I am very pleased to be accepted as a speaker at this years Swiss Notes User Group meeting on 28th of October. My session will be about my experience with Servlets as OSGi plugin and how to deploy them for example on a Domino server.   Looking forward to be among other great speakers.   In the Read More

A step outside the yellow bubble

I am enjoying my new life as freelancer very much. Responsible for everything, it gives me a sort of relaxation. Till now I did some small projects, this week I finished a Quickr related one. Next week I will start a new project at a Dutch insurance company. It will be a pure Java project, Read More

Say hello to InstallJack

Today the news went out about tooling to simplify the installation of IBM Connections. As a developer I saw always the   admin struggle with the installation of IBM Connections, lots of components to install and in the right order, correct me if I am wrong. Nice to see that Belsoft is taking up the Read More

My session of Engage 2014 and a link to the demo database

Today I did a session at Engage 2014 in Breda. Thanks for attending. Below are my slides, which I didn’t show at the session 😉 And off course a link to the zipfile with the demo database and the actual presentation [slideshare id=32402844&style=border: 1px solid #CCC; border-width: 1px 1px 0; margin-bottom: 5px; max-width: 100%;&sc=no] Use Read More

My first app on IBM BlueMix

Somewhere in 2014 IBM had announced BlueMix, the Platform as a Service offering how is running on Softlayer. With the help of Cloud Foundry it should be easy to deploy your apps to BlueMix. Join the beta I joined immediately the beta. After I logged in it was a bit of overwhelming what I saw. Read More