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EntwicklerCamp sessions (you know you are curious)

Wed 19 Nov 2008, 09:32 AM



by Ben Langhinrichs
I decided not to submit any abstracts to Lotusphere this year (for fear one would be accepted and I'd have to actually prepare rather than treating the trip as a junket), but I love going to Germany every year to present at Rudi's fabulous EntwicklerCamp 2009 so I gave him some really choice choices.  It is going to be a great conference this year, with a good mix of German and Swiss and American speakers, so I certainly encourage anybody and everybody who has a chance to attend.  The conference is in the very beginning of March, and I am taking my 13 year old son along.

Here are the sessions I will be presenting.   I hope to see you there.

Ignoring the "No Trespassing!" Sign
In this session, we will explore some of the regions of development that are theoretically off-limits.  From @formulas to XPages, how to use design elements in ways they weren't intended to be used, how to build API applications that ignore their stated limits, and how to otherwise squeeze into questionable areas that may give you powers you didn't think you would have.

The Long-Ignored LSX Toolkit
After several long years, will IBM finally release a new version of the LSX Toolkit?  Whether or not they do, the tool remains a value and often ignored API option.  In the session, we will build a small LSX, talk about the various (new or old) features, and discuss what makes the LSX such a powerful and enduring tool that even years of neglect have not lessened its value.

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What has been said:


724.1. Ulrich Krause
(19.11.2008 09:16)

wow; very interesting sessions! Looking forward to seeing you in Gelsenkirchen. By the way; I'm presenting a session as well :-)