Mac Guidera 10000033SF email@example.com | | Tags:  sessions ls12 macguidera | 1 Comments | 2,550 Visits
Last year, after a packed schedule, I promised myself that I would do less than 8 sessions. The only way I can keep this promise, is if Shamu were to eat me. Which may not be so bad, by Wednesday night.
Seriously, I'm very excited for a great week of catching up with old friends and colleagues and hope that in between these times, that I see you at the Opening Party, OGS, or near The Fountain.
Be sure to stop me to say hi!
Monday01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
ID222 Exceptional Work Experience - Collaboration in Context with IBM Connections
07:00 AM - 08:00 AM
BOF137 IBM Connections Adoption and Governance
06:15 AM - 07:30AM
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
AD203 Developing Custom Client Applications using the IBM Connections APIs
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
ID229 Make Your Microsoft Stack Social with IBM Connections
05:45 PM - 06:45 PM
BOF135 IBM Connections Configuration and Administration
07:00 AM - 08:00 AM
BOF136 Socializing Your Applications with the IBM Connections APIs
11:15 AM - 12:15 AM
ASK102 Ask the Product Managers
Mac Guidera 10000033SF firstname.lastname@example.org | | Tags:  connections blog ibm moved community macguidera new | 4 Comments | 3,887 Visits
In 2004, I started my first blog. For me, this was a great way to market my one man band, S3 Consulting, an IBM Business Partner with a focus on Lotus Domino web development. That blog was a great avenue for me to share my ideas and experiences in Domino Ajax, nee DHTML, development techniques. It was fun and worked really well for me.
When I joined IBM in 2006, I shut down the server that was hosting the blogshpere database (thanks Declan!). I was looking for a blog host that was going to be easy to setup and maintain and possibly be a better vehicle for promoting myself and my work as an IBMer. I landed at Blogger and have been happy there for the past 5 years.
Working as a Product Manager on IBM's Social Software team, I've been feeling the need to move to a Connections platform. Inside IBM, I've been very active with Connections and I've noticed that my external use of social software and my blog has been on the decline. Some of this was due to work, some due to a new addition to our family, but I think mostly it is an inability to focus on too many streams. Looking at what IBM now has available in developerWorks and the ibm.com Community, I started my plans to re organize myself and to be more available on external social networks, offered by IBM and otherwise.
I'm excite to start anew and hope that you enjoy and get benefits from what I do here.