Our ISSL@Lotusphere Speaker Blog series continues. Paul Bastide was first introduced here. But this time we also introduce another of his co-presenters, Matt Broomhall.
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. Paul invites you to join him and others on the IBM Collaboration Solutions Development Lab found on IBM developerWorks. You can also follow them on their Twitter handle @LotusSolDevLab.
Matt Broomhall is a Senior Certified IT Specialist and an Open Group Distinguished IT Specialist. He has been with IBM 17 years, starting with IBM Microelectronics as a Lotus Notes specialist and application design consultant. As as part of that role, he designed and implemented a division-wide infrastructure for shared applications. A few years later, as a Program Manager for Collaboration Strategy within the CIO, he designed and subsequently led the team that deployed in IBM what was the first and largest corporate Sametime infrastructure. Soon after, he joined Lotus and helped to launch the Business Partner Technical Enablement team with a primary focus on Unified Communications and Collaboration. Now he is designing solutions that facilitate the growth market expansion as well as focusing on driving adoption of Social Business with IBM's business partner community. Throughout this time, he has gained experience in Notes/Domino, Sametime - including gateways and Unified Telephony, Quickr, Traveler and Connections.
AD204 Mastering the Art of Social Application Development
Social is omnipresent. New capabilities and features are being released frequently. Developers are rapidly adding social features to their applications. You have seen the results - the good, the awkward, and the compelling. In this session, you learn how to identify which tools to use when integrating social capabilities into your applications. Further, you learn better ways to use social features in your applications. This session will illustrate how you use the tools that are necessary to rapidly enable your solutions with the IBM Collaboration Solutions portfolio.
Speakers: Paul Bastide & Matt Broomhall
Date: Wednesday January 18, 2012
Time: 01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
Location: S. Hem II
Matt's response: "The session (AD204) Paul and I are jointly delivering will provide the attendee insights into sensible and structured approaches to building applications that are "Social" enabled, with a focus of both best practices and tools to achieve the technical and business objectives associated with building social applications."