Mark your calendar for our 11th 2-day event!
Save the dates:
Tuesday-Wednesday, May 14-15, 2019
Autoworld, Parc du Cinquantenaire - Jubelpark in Brussels, Belgium
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Dev01. Domino Top Secret: Domino Full stack app development !

Tuesday, May 22 | 16:00 - 16:45 | A. Theater

Download: Engage2018_AppDev.pdf

For those of you who want to integrate Domino applications into modern web applications and cloud platforms like SalesForce, etc, we will show you.
Domino is embracing javascript, node.js and open source to become a full stack web development platform anyone you hire off the street today can be productive in.
Andrew Manby (IBM)
Andrew Manby is responsible for the market and product strategy of the IBM Domino portfolio including IBM Notes, IBM Domino, IBM Sametime, IBM Verse on Premises and IBM Connections Cloud (Mail and Sametime) offerings. Andrew has experience in both product and marketing leadership roles across the analytics, data management, and data integration markets.
Andrew Davis (HCL)
Andrew E. Davis is Director of Engineering and Chief Architect at HCL, leading web and application development for Notes and Domino 10. Current key projects include Verse, Domino Apps on iPad and Node.js with Domino. Andrew was the Chief Architect of IBM Verse and built an agile team is focused on delivering value to the cloud and onprem through continuous delivery. He is leading efforts to reinvigorate the core Notes Application development model by supporting new mobile platforms and the core platform with enhancements to LotusScript.
Jason Roy Gary (HCL) @jasonroygary
Jason Roy Gary is the HCL Vice President of Next Generation Engineering. A recognised executive in social business and collaboration, at HCL, IBM, and in the global marketplace, Jason has demonstrated, in more than two decades of leadership, vision and drive in social collaboration, agile development, cloud and hybrid, software architecture, real-time collaboration, agile transformation, open source initiatives, and situational applications. Jason has led innovation efforts in collaboration and workflow from development engineering and services. He is an acknowledged thought leader and is widely solicited, by the industry, to speak and provide thought focus around the world.

Eme07. Freeman/Gary: Vision or Blinders (20 min.)

Wednesday, May 23 | 15:10 - 15:30 | B. Guadaloupe

See here: freeman-gary-vision-or-blinders 

With the appointment of Jason Gary as Vice-President of Innovation at HCL, the gauntlet has been thrown on a new vision for the Notes & Domino platform. From storage format to authentication to programming languages to open source – every aspect of the platform is now in play. Nathan T. Freeman has built a career on bypassing IBM's vision of the platform. So what happens when the defiant iconoclast sits down with the Pink visionary and challenges him to live up to the legacy of Notes & Domino? Find out where the product may go and how HCL's approach might radically shift from the last two decades. There will be no softballs in this candid conversation between the co-founder of OpenNTF and the architect of Domino's future.
Nathan Freeman (Red Pill Now)
Three-time IBM Champion, co-founder and director emeritus of OpenNTF, Nathan Freeman is well-known for his energetic and thought-provoking presentations, and his deep knowledge of Domino and Graph databases. Nathan is Red Pill Now’s chief software architect and leads our development team.
Jason Roy Gary (HCL) @jasonroygary
Jason Roy Gary is the HCL Vice President of Next Generation Engineering. A recognised executive in social business and collaboration, at HCL, IBM, and in the global marketplace, Jason has demonstrated, in more than two decades of leadership, vision and drive in social collaboration, agile development, cloud and hybrid, software architecture, real-time collaboration, agile transformation, open source initiatives, and situational applications. Jason has led innovation efforts in collaboration and workflow from development engineering and services. He is an acknowledged thought leader and is widely solicited, by the industry, to speak and provide thought focus around the world.

Sp5. Engage Idol: The Candidates

Tuesday, May 22 | 13:30 - 14:30 | A. Theater


Please join us in evaluating
5 'newbies', whom have never before spoken at Engage
They will have about 7 minutes to convince the jury of their speaking skills and content value.
The 'celebrity-judges' will select 2 winners, and they both get a 20 minute session at the end of the event.

These are the Candidates:
  1. WINNER: Supercharge your work with Watson Rachael Dickens (IBM)
  2. Solution Architecture in the era of open platforms leveraging IBM Watson Services Paul van der Hulst (Jibes Data Analytics)
  3. WINNER: Business Analytics meets Corporate Culture Stephan Multhaupt (deep white.analytics)
  4. Not without my IBM Domino Fredrik Malmborg (PSK Syd AB)
  5. Bye bye Wordpress, Hello Domino ! Michael van de Bovenkamp,Remco Angioni (ASPerience-VIP Marketing and E-office)

May the 2 best presenters win !

The honourable members of the Jury:

Jason Roy Gary (HCL) @jasonroygary
Jason Roy Gary is the HCL Vice President of Next Generation Engineering. A recognised executive in social business and collaboration, at HCL, IBM, and in the global marketplace, Jason has demonstrated, in more than two decades of leadership, vision and drive in social collaboration, agile development, cloud and hybrid, software architecture, real-time collaboration, agile transformation, open source initiatives, and situational applications. Jason has led innovation efforts in collaboration and workflow from development engineering and services. He is an acknowledged thought leader and is widely solicited, by the industry, to speak and provide thought focus around the world.
Alan Hamilton (IBM) @alanghamilton
Alan Hamilton is the Worldwide Collaboration Channels Leader. In his role he gets to lead an incredibly talented group of business professionals who's sole mission is to help IBM Business Partners be more successful when solving their customer's problems with IBM Collaboration Solutions. Alan is a passionate believer in the need to drive the adoption of collaboration tools in all organizations to help all areas of the business get the most benefit. As well as this role, Alan is also the IBM Champion Program Manager for Collaboration Solutions and works with our fantastic group of IBM Champions.
Femke Goedhart (panagenda) @femkegoedhart
Femke Goedhart is a business consultant and IBM Champion working for panagenda as a specialist in topics relating to Enterprise Social Software, user enablement and data analytics. She lives in The Netherlands and is a frequent speaker at business conferences and usergroup events in Europe and the United States. Her main focal points are in social business and software adoption, strategy enablement, business development, usability, data analytics and data visualization. Bringing the technical and human aspects of modern businesses together.
Peter Presnell (Red Pill Now) @peterpresnell
IBM Champion 2011/12, former director of the Atlanta User Group for IBM Collaboration, and architect of the .Domino framework on OpenNTF, Peter Presnell is globally recognized as a lecturer, trainer and thought-leader within the IBM Notes marketplace. Peter leads Red Pill Now’s market strategy and program management practice.
Simon Vaughan (AppFusions) @simplyS1mon
Simon Vaughan is a Product specialist at AppFusions and an IBM Champion for Collaboration (since the program was launched).
He is a keen advocate for driving business value thru the adoption of an integrated digital workplace and a board member of Social Connections – The IBM Connections user group.
A season ticket holder at Liverpool FC, Simon has presented at a number of international conferences including IBM Impact, Lotusphere, Connect, Engage, Social Connections and keynote sessions at a number of international conferences.

Str03. Domino 10, Just the Beginning

Wednesday, May 23 | 11:30 - 12:30 | A. Theater


With Domino 10 HCL and IBM are making huge strides to return Domino to its rightful place as the go-to platform for creating Apps. But, it is just the start.
In this session learn of plans for Domino, Sametime, and more in 2018, and more importantly, beyond.
Jason Roy Gary (HCL) @jasonroygary
Jason Roy Gary is the HCL Vice President of Next Generation Engineering. A recognised executive in social business and collaboration, at HCL, IBM, and in the global marketplace, Jason has demonstrated, in more than two decades of leadership, vision and drive in social collaboration, agile development, cloud and hybrid, software architecture, real-time collaboration, agile transformation, open source initiatives, and situational applications. Jason has led innovation efforts in collaboration and workflow from development engineering and services. He is an acknowledged thought leader and is widely solicited, by the industry, to speak and provide thought focus around the world.
Richard Jefts (HCL)
Richard Jefts is the Vice President and General Manager of HCL’s Collaborative Workflow Platform business. In this capacity, Richard is responsible for leading HCL’s multi-hundred million dollar SaaS and Premise based Social, Mail, Meetings, Chat and Workflow / Apps Businesses. Richard’s responsibilities include day to day operations of the enterprise and portfolio leading ongoing engineering and next generation technologies. He leads the continuous delivery of software into the cloud, enablement of Agile development processes globally and overall quality and customer experience.

Str09. Next Generation Low Code

Wednesday, May 23 | 13:30 - 14:30 | E. Sky Room


App Development, migration and transition of the Domino platform to a modern design architecture to drive new business solutions and outcome based solutions.
Jason Roy Gary (HCL) @jasonroygary
Jason Roy Gary is the HCL Vice President of Next Generation Engineering. A recognised executive in social business and collaboration, at HCL, IBM, and in the global marketplace, Jason has demonstrated, in more than two decades of leadership, vision and drive in social collaboration, agile development, cloud and hybrid, software architecture, real-time collaboration, agile transformation, open source initiatives, and situational applications. Jason has led innovation efforts in collaboration and workflow from development engineering and services. He is an acknowledged thought leader and is widely solicited, by the industry, to speak and provide thought focus around the world.

w2. Red Pill Now: Take 5: Modernization Workshop

Monday, May 21 | 13:30 - 17:00 | C. Trinidad

See here: take-5-modernization-workshop



Interested in modernizing your Notes applications but fresh out of silver bullets and magic buttons? If so, join us for an action-packed fun-filled workshop in which we will explore together some of the key ideas and processes needed for a successful modernization project at your company. We will be making use of Design Thinking throughout the workshop, starting with a conversation about the importance of establishing a modernization strategy. We will then look at how tools such as Application insights and TeamWorkr Analytics can be used to build a distinct strategy for each application. Next we look at options for reducing the cost of the modernization using tools such as aveedo, Darwino, Red Pill DIG, Sapho, SWING Seascape, TeamWorkr, and Webinizer. The workshop will conclude with an important discussion about the things every company should already be doing to prepare for a modernization project before we give away a number of great prizes to attendees
Viktor Krantz (Red Pill Now) @viktr
 
Devin Olson (Red Pill Now) @spanky762
 
Jason Roy Gary (HCL) @jasonroygary