Getting ready for Lotusphere 2009

Here's a look at all that IBM Lotusphere 2009, in Orlando, Fla., has to offer. Geared toward Lotus Notes/Domino administrators and developers, Lotusphere 2009 has numerous tracks and sessions to help you further your Notes/Domino knowledge and gives you the opportunity to network with thousands of Notes/Domino peers and experts.

Are you interested in networking with thousands of fellow Lotus Notes/Domino professionals and learning from the best and brightest in the Notes/Domino community? Lotusphere 2009 event will take place in Orlando, Fla., again this year from January 18 through January 22.

Lotusphere 2009 kicks off on Sunday, January 18th, with Business Development day and several JumpStart sessions. New this year are the Show n' Tell sessions, which were implemented to accommodate attendees unable to crowd into the popular Hands-On tracks.

Lotusphere 2009 is broken up into four tracks:

If you'd like to start planning your own agenda now, while dreaming about the warm weather in Orlando, you're in luck. All Lotusphere's planned sessions are available now for your perusal.

I know I've already started planning which sessions and speakers I'd like to see. I'm interested in hearing what you're looking forward to most at Lotusphere 2009. If you want to meet up with me to share your thoughts on Lotusphere and Lotus Notes/Domino products, email me. Hope to see many of you in Orlando!

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