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Tue 18 Jan 2011, 06:06 PM
Perhaps not as exciting as Dancing with the Stars, but guaranteed to have less Bristol Palin, the Additional Resources tab generates some fascinating results.  While you are hardly going to be surprised to see the (very popular and highly anticipated) Mastering XPages: A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language showing under the session AD111 Developing Mobile Apps Rapidly for Webkit Browsers Using XPages, you might be surprised to see John Wargo's very useful  BlackBerry Development Fundamentals or a couple of TLCC remote learning courses that might prove handy if you want to learn more or share XPage development training with colleagues who couldn't make it to Lotusphere.

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In case you think my personal interest in development has skewed things, there are also interesting finds in places like SHOW202 Enterprise 2.0 Hero: A Beginner’s Guide to Installing IBM Lotus Connections 3.0, where along with the more predictable IBM Lotus Connections 2.5: Planning and Implementing Social Software for Your Enterprise and Understanding DB2(R): Learning Visually with Examples (2nd Edition), you also have the intriguing book, Web 2.0 and Social Networking for the Enterprise: Guidelines and Examples for Implementation and Management Within Your Organization.  It is so much fun, I am a bit tempted to shift this to the first tab so that people will see it more readily.

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