|With only 46 days until Lotusphere
2012 we thought we would pull
together a show with community luminaries
Andy Donaldson, Paul
Mooney and Stuart
McIntyre. Topics included:
show runs approximately 46 minutes.
- Will this be the the year of the "big
the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine)
- Tips for Lotusphere newbites
- Why we go to Lotusphere
- Who the OGS speaker will be
- Where to socialize at Lotusphere
- The quality of breakout sessions
- Expect demos, demos and more demos
- What does "social" mean at
a conference like Lotusphere?
- IBM Connect
- Paul wins the "social" bingo
- Will Lotusphere go back to being a purely
- What are Andy, Paul and Stuart excited
about being at Lotusphere?
- and much more....
|On Episode 143 of Taking Notes we interview
IBM's Mike Riegel (@mikeriegel,
Vice President - ISVs, Startups, Developers, and Academic Programs. We
talked about IBM's
SmartCamp program and what
it's all about. Topics included:
show runs 25:25.
- When people think about Big Blue, start
up companies isn't something that comes to mind. So when I heard about
your SmartCamp program and some of the other things you are doing around
the world for entrepreneurs I was a little surprised. Tell us what exactly
is IBM doing with StartUps and Entrepreneurs?
- Why are entrepreneurs and start ups
important to IBM?
- What is a SmartCamp?
- Is it working? How successful are previous
- Are you looking for companies that are
doing work in collaboration and social business?
- How does a startup company qualify for
- What should our listeners do if they
want to participate in 2012?
- I heard the World Finals is coming up.
What do you expect to see from the companies taking part?
- and much more...
|Today we talked with Mark
Myers from the London
Developer Co-op about all things
podcast runs about 40 minutes and is chock full of great NoSQL goodness.
- The four different types of NoSQL databases
- Why the need for NoSQL
- Why NoSQL has become some popular over
the last few years
- How the NSF has provided NoSQL type
functionality for a long time
- Some discussion about CouchDB, MongoDB
and other NoSQL offerings
- Mark's blog entry about how
to improve the NSF
- How and why Mark thinks XPages are much
easier to use for development than other technologies he has used
- How the IBM XWork Server is well positioned
to become a database server
- Who will be buying the first round of
drinks at Lotusphere 2012
- and much more....