Bowen, Roy W.; Murray, Brendan; Lotus: AD103 Building Blended Applications for Lotus Domino and WebSphere Part B: Developing with IBM and Lotus Tools and Technologies, IBM Corporation, Orlando, FL, USA 2003.

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AD103 Building Blended Applications for Lotus Domino and WebSphere Part B: Developing with IBM an...28.01.2003 15:05Olaf Hahnl
 
Presented by
Roy Bowen, Lotus Software, IBM Software Group, Technical Market Manager and
Brendan Murray, IBM, Software Architect

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Roy Bowen is a Technical Market Manager involved with Lotus' next generation technologies for collaboration and eWorkplaces. Since joining IBM over eight years ago, Roy has been the Product Manager for Domino Web Server, Java development with Domino and Domino/WebSphere integration. Previous to that, he worked in the IBM Lotus Integration Center where he specialized in performance tuning and capacity planning for Domino on IBM's Netfinity servers as well as Domino application development and tuning. In addition, he has done extensive programming in Java and developed proof-of-concepts built around IBM's VA Java and WebSphere Application Server.
Based in Dublin, Ireland, Brendan is an architect on the next generation of web authoring tools for Websphere Studio, based in Dublin, Raleigh and Westford, and is involved in the development of the Domino Toolkit for WebSphere Studio. , Brendan has been with IBM/Lotus for the over eleven years, contributing to the next generation of the DDC/DIS project, and spending much of that time working on international text processing support in Lotus' products, including the V4.x and R5.x versions of Notes/Domino, and representing Lotus in ANSI and the Unicode Consortium. , Any spare time left after helping raise his three kids, Brendan likes to spend fishing.