verb: engage; 3rd person present: engages; past tense: engaged; past participle: engaged; gerund or present participle: engaging
1. occupy or attract (someone's interest or attention).
"he ploughed on, trying to outline his plans and engage Sutton's attention"
synonyms: capture, catch, arrest, grab, seize, draw, attract, gain, win, captivate, hold, grip, engross, absorb, occupy
"the tasks must engage the children's interest"
involve someone in (a conversation or discussion).
"they attempted to engage Anthony in conversation"
2. participate or become involved in.
"organizations engage in a variety of activities"
synonyms: participate in, take part in, join in, become involved in, go in for, partake in/of, occupy oneself with, throw oneself into; share in, play a part in, play a role in, be a participant in, be associated with, have a hand in, be a party to, enter into, undertake, embark on, set about, launch into
"they like to engage in active sports"
establish a meaningful contact or connection with.
"the teams needed to engage with local communities"
At Engage 2015 we launched our new offering, LDC Via. A lot has happened in a year, so let us show how you can move data from a Domino database to the LDC Via platform, and then we’ll walk through coding a number of cloud-based apps using Domino-sourced data with various different front-end technologies, all using our extensive API.
Matt White (LDC Via) @mattwhite
Mark Myers (LDC Via) @stickfight
Com05. The Lotus Position: Four Degrees of Freedom
Wednesday, March 23 | 14:45 - 15:30 | C. Jupiter
Lotus Notes has been around for 25 years now but many people are asking the question where do we go from here? It is important to start thinking now about the positioning of your Notes databases for the future. In this session we will outline four different strategies that can be taken with your existing portfolio of Notes applications. These will be demonstrated with real life examples of the approaches put into use at The Salvation Army.
Peter Presnell (Red Pill Now) @peterpresnell
Bob Kadrie (Red Pill Now) @bobkadrie
Dev02. Darwino: a new lifeline for Domino developers and customers
Thursday, March 24 | 11:30 - 12:30 | A. Foyer
What if you have a business critical Notes applications that you users desperately want to access from their mobile devices? What if you simply want to make a piece of a legacy Notes app that no one wants to touch available to mobile devices? Philippe Riand and Christian Guedemann, will take you through the journey of providing the best mobile experience using Darwino, even when the connection is erratic or non existent. After an introduction to the platform, they'll show you the whole developer experience based on a real, existing Notes application.
Philippe Riand (Darwino) @philriand
Christian Güdemann (WebGate) @guedeWebGate
Dev03. Break your Domino Designer Dependency
Thursday, March 24 | 16:00 - 17:00 | E. Pluto
Keith Strickland (Red Pill Now) @keithstric
Dev05. Migrate Notes/Domino applications to SharePoint: Cheap? Easy or a Nightmare?
Thursday, March 24 | 08:00 - 08:45 | D. Saturn
We all love our Notes and Domino apps. But sometimes your company is moving in other directions, whether you like it or not. This session is about lessons learned when 'trying' to migrate Notes and Domino apps to MS SharePoint, from a developer point of view. How do you approach this? What is possible and what's not? What is easy to do, and what is a nightmare to accomplish? Marten will explain and show live demos migrating Notes apps to SharePoint 2013. Find out what works, and what he needs to 'kill'! The audience can submit example apps to Marten up-front (contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org)