Workshops

We build workshops in specific technologies aimed at your internal developers. In close liason with the customer the contents and form of a workshop is planned. These workshops typically tend to be rather “heavy” on technical content. Therefore, it may be the obvious possibility for your skilled developers to learn a new technological area – or just to become better at mastering one they already know.

We have several times held individual workshops that covered the following areas. If you need a workshop for a different subject, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Workshop in XPages

Do you and your organisation need to be introduced to IBM’s new development tool on Notes and Domino? Then this workshop may be a good starting point for you. The contents of the workshop is planned in coorporation with you and the contents will be suited to your current skills. Most likely many of these subjects will be included in the workshop:

  • Overview of the concepts compared to former method of web development in Domino
  • New concepts (the concept of sessions etc.)
  • OneUI and themes for structured user interface
  • Pretty good practise in organising an application (use of custom controls, etc.)
  • Programming in Client side Javascript, Server side Javascript and Java
  • Quality assurance and debugging of applications
  • Managed beans (Java)
  • XAgents (XPages without user interface – instead of web-agents)
  • Usage of Extension Library

After a workshop the participants can expect to be able to plan a good architecture of a new XPages based solution where they can utilize som of the new features without falling into the worst pitfalls.

Contact: John Dalsgaard, phone: 4914-1271 or email for more information or a specific quotation.

Workshop in webservices

This workshop targets developers and architects who wish to learn about webservices. The contents of the workshop is defined in cooperation with the company and, therefore, the contents may differ depending on the specific requirements. A typical workshop could cover:

  • Overview of concept (technology independent)
  • Relevant use cases
  • Different types of webservices
  • SOAP/XML
  • WSDL
  • Security and webservices
  • Tools to work with webservices
  • How to work with webservices in Notes and Domino

In general the participants could expect to have gained the following skills after the workshop:

  • A solid overview of the technology, its possibilities and limitations
  • Develop a simple webservice that can be called by others to provide data from Domino
  • Develop a simple client that can call the webservice developed (above)

Contact: John Dalsgaard, phone: 4914-1271 or email for more information or a specific quotation.

Workshop in RSS

This workshop is targeted at developers and architects who want to  learn about RSS (“Realy Simple Syndication”). The contents of the workshop are defined in close cooperation with the company and, therefore the contents most likely will differ from workshop to workshop. Typically a workshop would cover:

  • Overview of concepts
  • History and definitions
  • Various formats (ATOM, RSS, RDF)
  • Relevant use cases
  • Different ”readers”
  • How to “publish” your RSS-feeds on a web page
  • How to work with RSS in Notes and Domino

In general the participants could expect to have learned the following skills after the workshop:

  • Overview of the technology, its possibilities and its limitations
  • Read RSS-feeds from a Notes client
  • Provide an RSS-feed from a Domino server

Contact: John Dalsgaard, phone: 4914-1271 or email for more information or a specific quotation.