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Conference speakers offer a sneak peek of Lotusphere 2008

IBM's Lotusphere 2008 event is less than one week away, and it has people talking. We've interviewed three leading Lotus Notes Domino industry experts presenting at Lotusphere 2008 to find out what their thoughts are heading into the annual event. Hear what Andy Pedisich, Bruce Elgort and Valerie Wang have to say about this year's conference.

  Lotusphere 2008 audiocast highlights 

  • (0:48) SearchDomino.com BlackBerry and wireless administration expert for Domino, Valerie Wang, offers her thoughts on what she thinks will be the hot topics at Lotusphere 2008.

  • (2:25) Bruce Elgort, co-founder of OpenNTF.org and creator of the recently launched ideajam.net talks about what he is looking forward to at Lotusphere and why he feels it's beneficial to attend the yearly conference.

  • (3:20) Andy Pedisich, frequent SearchDomino.com contributor and president of Technotics, Inc., explains the skills he's hoping to learn at Lotusphere to help him more effectively do his job as a Lotus Notes Domino professional.

  • (4:16) Bruce Elgort offers his thoughts on the release of Lotus Notes 8 and what improvements he thinks we can expect to see with the next release of Lotus Notes.
  • Download the audiocast: Hear opinions from Lotusphere 2008 presenters regarding the annual event in Orlando, Fla, what they're looking forward to and thoughts on Lotus Notes 8.0. Total run time: (5:53)

    For all our Lotusphere 2008 coverage, visit our Lotusphere 2008 special events page.


    This was first published in January 2008

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