Upcoming Sessions at CollabSphere 2022

Oct 11, 2022, 2:07 PM

It's CollabSphere time again, and I'm delighted to be involved in a few sessions this time. Since I just very recently did an OpenNTF webinar covering the Jakarta EE Support project, these sessions take the form of roundtables I'm helping lead.

One is about Java generally with a tint of Jakarta specifically on Domino:

DEV103 - Java and Jakarta EE on Domino Roundtable
Wednesday at 3 PM Eastern
The story of Java on Domino can be complex, but there are tools and strategies available to keep your development maintainable and consistent with the wider world. This roundtable will focus on discussing the current array of best options for development on Domino, with a specific focus towards discussing how the XPages Jakarta EE Support project can be used to improve your development experience and the capabilities of your apps.

Another is being led by Graham Acres and Heather Hottenstein and includes me, Justin Hill, and Karsten Lehmann in a panel discussion about open-source projects in the Domino sphere:

COL119 - Community Open Source Initiatives and Contributors
Wednesday at 1 PM Eastern
The story of Java on Domino can be complex, but there are tools and strategies available to keep your development maintainable and consistent with the wider world. This roundtable will focus on discussing the current array of best options for development on Domino, with a specific focus towards discussing how the XPages Jakarta EE Support project can be used to improve your development experience and the capabilities of your apps.

There's also a companion session to that one - COL120 - on Thursday at the same time about specifically HCL's open-source initiatives.

Finally, there's OpenNTF's now-annual roundtable hosted by Graham and me:

COL107 - OpenNTF Roundtable: Have Your Say
Thursday at 12 PM Eastern
OpenNTF has been supporting the Notes and Domino community for two decades. Yes, two decades! In that time there have been volumes of projects, code, documentation and other contributions from many people in our community. Over the last few years, we have also been able to bring a number of experts to speak on a wide range of topics in our monthly webinar series. We have expanded our focus from pure development on Domino to additional topics around the wider HCL Collaboration portfolio and system administration too. Once again, we would like to hear from you. Where else can we bring value to the community? Are there webinar topics you would like to see? Are there other ways people would like to be involved?

Beyond the sessions I'm actively participating in, I noticed that this one from Graham and Heiko Voigt name-drops me in the description, so I would be remiss if I didn't mention it:

COL112 - The HCL Domino AppDev State of the Nation - 2022 Edition
Wednesday at 4 PM Eastern
The Domino AppDev landscape has changed recently with new investment from HCL in VoltMX and VoltMX Go. Domino Volt (now soon to be Domino Leap), the AppDev Pack, the Domino REST APIs, Volt MX and the Nomad Clients have added a lot of opportunities but also a lot of confusion. In the Open Source area, Jesse Gallagher build a lot of new capabilities in the Java space. And that doesn’t include investment in old friends like LotusScript. What can be used and when? What apps can I build with which part of the stack? And what about XPages? In this session, we present an overview of the dev tool ecosystem as well as some roads that seem to be stable. Whether you're a Low-Coder, pro-Coder or a CFA in the Domino AppDev World (Come From Away), we will give you a matrix to determine your way forward, be it that you are building new apps, enhancing or modernizing existing apps or migrating apps from one path to another. And we will also try to tell you what seems to be future proven and what - well, not so much.

That one's right after my earlier roundtable on Java/Jakarta and in the same track, so you should be able to just kick back and enjoy a nice Wednesday afternoon there.

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