Our ISSL@Lotusphere Speaker Blog series continues with introducing the following two gentlemen, Paul Bastide and Mike Taylor.
Paul Bastide has been at IBM since 2004, joining the company working on Lotus software products. Paul has been a speaker at Lotusphere for 5 years and his sessions mainly focused on Lotus Symphony and OpenDocument Formats. In past Lotusphere events, Paul has also participated in the IBM Collaboration Solutions Development Lab. In his spare time Paul is an avid photographer and chess player.
MikeTaylor has been in the software profession since 1983 and joined IBM professionally in 2001. During that time, he has worked for WebSphere, Pervasive Computing, and Lotus software and the past 5 years working as an IBM Business Partner technical Enablement Specialist. This is Mike's fifth time attending Lotusphere but it is his first time speaking! In previous years at Lotusphere, like Paul, Mike participated in the IBM Collaboration Solutions Development Lab. He has also spoken several times at other conferences such as Impact, and the Portal Technical Conference/Exceptional Web Experience Conferences. He enjoys spending time with his family and also enjoys playing guitar and bass in his spare time.
Paul and Mike invite you to join them on the IBM Collaboration Solutions Development Lab found on IBM developerWorks. You can also follow them on their Twitter handle @LotusSolDevLab.
For Lotusphere 2012, we asked Paul and Mike what they have in store for attendees. Here is a look at their session and what they say you can expect to get from it.
The IBM Social Business Toolkit introduces an expanded set of techniques and tools to make your applications social. Learn the capabilities available to create custom applications for your business which deliver an exceptional web experience. Add collaboration to your applications through the use of open standards like Activity Streams and Open Social, and learn to capture these technologies in a repeatable method for use across multiple applications.
Speakers: Paul Bastide & Mike Taylor
Date: Sunday, January 15, 2012
Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 AM
Location: S. Hem III
Paul's response: "Our session helps partners, customers, and developers understand how to develop their own toolkit of techniques to build incredibly flexible and responsive social business solutions."
Mike's response: "Our session will help partners, customers, and developers understand how to develop their own toolkit of techniques to build incredibly flexible and responsive social business solutions. They will learn how to use to develop applications using the IBM Social Business Toolkit and various other tools such as IBM Web Experience Factory."
Find out about all of ISSL's Lotusphere 2012 activities and sessions here.