I’ll be speaking at EntwicklerCamp 2010

Lotusphere is over and other events are just around the corner. This year’s EntwicklerCamp will start at 08-March-2010 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

The event is run by the crew around Dutchman Rudi Knegt. Every year they do a fantastic job running the conference.

The agenda seems to be completed now and you can see that not only speakers from Germany are presenting their sessions but also international speakers find their way to the venue. Bob Balaban, Rocky Oliver, Maureen Leeland, Ben Langhinrichs, to name only a few of them.

Rene Winkelmeyer, winner of Lotus Awards category ‘Best Open Source Contribution by an Individual’, will show how to build plugins for the Domino Designer. Don’t miss Werner Motzet talking about Project Management. You have questions about OpenNTF? Come and ask Niklas Heidloff.

Oh, before I forget; I’ ll be presenting on ‘C/ C++ API for beginners’. I will show, how to setup a development environment that can be used to develop API programs for both Windows and Linux. We will catch a glimpse of LSX ( Lotus eXtension Toolkit ) and retrieve information about an embedded picture in a RichText item parsing CDRecords with (pure) LotusScript. OK, we have to use LS2CAPI …

There is life after Lotusphere

Everybody is talking about Lotusphere 2010 that is just around the corner. Many people from all around the world will come to Orlando, Florida and will have a great time. That’s for sure.
Well, I am not attending for several reasons. No need to discuss this as I cannot change it.
But there is a life after Lotushere 2010. If you cannot get to LS, let Lotussphere come to you!!

Volker Weber posted earlier today about the edcom Nachlese in München.

A few days later, Ron Sebastian, Ed Brill and Brent Peters will show up at the “Lotusphere Comes To You” event in Düsseldorf, Germany. And I will attend this event.  I attended in 2007 and it was great.

2 weeks later, EntwicklerCamp 2010 will start in Gelsenkirchen. And it is for sure that I will attend this event,  because I will present a session on all  things C / C++ Api.  Bob Balaban also has a session on using the API.

The agenda is not yet completed, but the team around Rudi Knegt will have no problems filling the existing gaps.

Another event in Q1/2010 is run by the Belux Lotus User Group on March, 30th 2010. According to the BLUG website, it will be a full day event with 20 sessions in 3 tracks covering Administration, Development and Business/Other topics.

I have already entered the date in my calendar. Hope to see some well known members of the Yellowsphere and some new one then.