Agenda Posted for DCLUG

The agenda has been posted for the next DCLUG (see below). To kick off the year I will be presenting my jQuery session from this years IBM Connect conference.

Please take this opportunity if you are in the area and able to, attend and contribute to the IBM Domino community in the DC area and find out how “we” can help ourselves.


Agenda (20 Mar 2013)

Networking (lunch provided by IBM)
Who are we? Why are we here? What can we contribute?
Planned Meeting schedule
Need for meeting rooms
Need for speakers

12:15pm – 1:00pm

Mark Roden:  jQuery – the world’s most popular JavaScript library comes to XPages
Questions/Answers Networking



IEG Briefing Center

600 14th Street, NW , Washington, DC


For more information and to sign up for the event – check out

2013 DCLUG reloaded (March 20th 11:30am)

I am happy to announce the first DCLUG event of 2013.


March 20th at the IBM offices on 14th St downtown DC.

11:30am – 1:30pm

IEG Briefing Center

600 14th Street, NW , Washington, DC

For more details please check out and sign up for the meeting at the “Meetup” page……


For more information please join the meetup group where the meetings will be announced


We also have a community site on which we will be updating with more information.


This will be the first of what we hope to be a full year’s of monthly meetings either at lunch or in the evenings in the DC area. The intention is to initially have short(ish) one person presentations (2hr meeting max) and we will see how that takes us through the year.

At this meeting I will be presenting my “jQuery: The world’s most popular JavaScript library comes to XPages” session which I gave at IBM Connect in January this year.

Please come and ask questions, share and broaden your knowledge/friends/peer group in the local area.

We have an list of local speakers looking to contribute to the group and also some well known IBM Domino community speakers from other parts of the USA interested in coming to speak and share their knowledge and experience with us.

This is going to be an exciting year and I encourage any/all of you in the DC area (and beyond) to come and join us.