Accepted to speak at Connect 2014 – With John Jardin

Words cannot describe how excited I am to be speaking at Connect 2014 with my very good friend John Jardin.

https://www-304.ibm.com/connections/blogs/socialbusiness/entry/connect_2014_sessions%3A_this_list_is_getting_longer%21?lang=en_us

IBM Worklight: Going From XPages Mobile to Native Mobile Applications, John Jardin, Ukuvuma Solutions; Mark Roden, PSC Group LLC”

We are very excited to be talking about IBM Worklight and how any XPages developer currently creating mobile XPages already has all the skill set necessary to create native mobile applications with Worklight.

We decided over a beer (or maybe more) in Orlando last year  that we wanted to speak together but the question was on what…. The plotting and hatching of a plan started for real mid-year. We knew it had to be about mobile, but exactly what that entailed evolved over time and more than 10+ draft abstracts. John showed me Worklight a couple of months ago and I was hooked / fascinated and excited about easy he made it look to work with.

John is a massive contributor to the XPages community and is an IBM Champion – I am honored to be sharing the stage with him and I know we are going to rock the house with this presentation.

More to come over the next two months🙂

4 thoughts on “Accepted to speak at Connect 2014 – With John Jardin

  1. Mr Marky. This is such a fantastic opportunity for me. My first real session at IBM Connect and I get to share the stage with you.

    Thank you so much for managing the idea around this session as well as the Abstract submission itself. You are the bringer of ZAZ and I am excited to share the stage with you.

    *bows*

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