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Tuesday-Wednesday, May 14-15, 2019
Autoworld, Parc du Cinquantenaire - Jubelpark in Brussels, Belgium
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Dev04. A Domino R5 Application Upgrade Project: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Wednesday, May 23 | 14:45 - 15:30 | D. Sun Room

Download: Engage2018_R5Upgrade_posted.pdf

Are there old Domino R5 applications out there still? Yes, there are! And of course they are fully supported by the original developer, are fully documented, and someone remembers the password for the cert.id, right? No? Oh well, this is Domino! No Problem! Join us as we relate our experience of doing just such a project, our successes and the things we learned the hard way, including all the things we knew about R5 but had long forgotten. We took a very comprehensive old Domino R5 application and turned it into a modern XPages application with a full Java back end. If you are planning any type of Domino application upgrade or modernization project, you will come away with a long list of things to keep in mind as you make your plans.
Graham Acres (Brytek Systems Inc.) @gacres99
Graham Acres is President of Brytek Systems based in Vancouver, Canada. He started working with Lotus Notes in 1992. He is an IBM Champion and is an organizing member of the Cross Canada Collaboration User Group. He has given presentations at Lotusphere and IBM Connect and at regional user groups, and really enjoys sharing what he has learned, and learning from others. His focus these days is application development and learning new technology. Away from work he is a cyclist, gardener and aspiring chef.
Serdar Basegmez (Developi Information Systems) @serdar_basegmez
Serdar Basegmez is an IBM Champion for Collaboration Solutions. Having experience on Lotus Software for 19 years, Serdar is running his own company Developi in Turkey. He is an expert mainly on Domino and XPages. In his free time, Serdar is trying to spread his yellow passion to others. Over the course of this social journey, he started Turkish Lotus User Group, organized the first LUGTR conference, launched his bilingual LotusNotus.com blog, written articles, presented topics in different conferences, got in OpenNTF Board as a member director and contributed a number of open source projects.