If you’re not familiar with the MWLUG conference (http://www.mwlug.com), it is great conference to attend if you want to:
– get the maximum out of IBM collaboration software
-OR- integrate with the latest technologies
-OR- migrate away from Notes/Domino to other platforms
Because the sessions are given by the people on the cutting edge of all these areas.
It is an easy sell for your boss because it is essentially free to attend (a $75 donation is requested), and hotel rooms are $149/night. I am a huge fan of MWLUG because it is a tremendous bargain for a conference full of highly technical information, with very little marketing fluff, and most of the speakers are the great ones that present at IBM’s larger conferences. For me, 2 1/2 days with 3-4 tracks going on is just the perfect amount of technical info to attempt to absorb without my brain exploding (remember LotusSphere/IBM Connect with 12 simultaneous sessions over 5+ days).
Richard Moy and the whole MWLUG team (plus Richard’s family) do a tremendous job putting on a high-quality conference and perform a great service to our community!
PLUS… <shameless promotion alert> I will be speaking at MWLUG this year.
AD108 – Looking into Vue.js (through Domino goggles)
Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 03:00 PM – 03:45 PM | Plaza Ballroom 2
Vue.js is rightfully getting tremendous buzz because of its power, speed, and simplicity. It has been said that its developer, Evan You, has taken the best of Angular and React to create this new framework. But for a Domino web developer, this is a very different world. This talk will introduce the vue.js framework for building web applications and components, introducing the concepts and tools available. It will culminate in a hands-on where those with laptops can take it for a test drive.