Invitation: IBM Community Webcast - Portal at the Speed of Light: Techniques for IBM Worklight Integration
Joyce Davis 06000019G0 JOYCE_DAVIS@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  community portal webcast worklight
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By Joyce Davis
Mobile technology is a hot topic in the IBM community these days. And as I mentioned last month, our next webcast will focus on mobilizing the web experience. We are lucky to have several IBM Champions joining us as speakers! John Jardin will be our community member spotlight, and Handly Cameron and Laks Sundararajan will conduct a presentation on IBM Worklight and WebSphere Portal. Be sure to join the webcast to hear how you might employ some of these techniques in your own organizations! The webcast is free but does require registration using the link below.
Register for the webcast: https://events.na.collabserv.com/register.php?id=2a023a0563&l=en-US
Date: June 4, 2013
Presentation abstract: During this webcast, you will learn techniques for extending your IBM Websphere Portal to mobile applications across iOS and Android devices. IBM Champions Handly Cameron and Laks Sundararajan will demonstrate how to easily build IBM Worklight applications that integrate with personalization and web content features provided by Portal. You will learn several approaches to architecting your application and where you can use tools such as the new IBM Web Experience Factory mobile extensions and IBM Web Content Manager targeted content. A speed round will wrap up with some quick tips to improve your applications and make your development easier. At the end of this session, you will be ready to take advantage of the Worklight entitlement provided by IBM to take your Portal to the mobile world!
Laks is a Sr. Architect, Digital Business and Consulting at Mindtree. He has led implementations of many global projects using IBM WebSphere Portal, and has extensive background in design and development of enterprise portals. He specializes in providing Enterprise SOA solutions leveraging WebSphere Portal, Content Management and Tivoli. He holds a Masters in Information Technology from Carnegie Mellon University and a graduate degree in engineering from BITS, Pilani.