DeWitt, Beverly; Calow, Jeff; Lotus: AD101 Lotus Technology Strategy and Lotus Domino Developer's Roadmap, IBM Corporation, Orlando, FL, USA 2003.

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YEAR: 2003
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LABEL: Application Development | J2EE | Lotusphere | NextGen
PLACES: Orlando
TIME: 2003
 

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Presented by
Beverly DeWitt, Lotus Software, IBM Software Group, Senior Manager, Web Tools Strategy and Development
Jeff Calow, Lotus Software, IBM Software Group, eWorkplace Lead Architect

Presenter
Beverly is a senior manager on the New Business Initiatives and Strategy team at IBM for the Lotus software brand. She had an instrumental role in conceptualizing the strategy for next generation collaboration and is leading , the initiative to execute the strategy in 2002. Her responsibilities include, serving as the Project Development Team lead and Offerings Manager for NextGen collaboration which carries responsibility for the business planning and go to market strategy. Beverly joined Lotus software in 1991 and has held positions in Technical Support, Field Sales, the Worldwide Technology Advocate team, and Domino Product Management. As Domino product manager, she was responsible for devising a strategy to open the development environment to third party tools. Prior to her current position, she managed the product marketing team for the Domino Application server and developer tools. In this role she led the Lotus software participation in the SWG marketing initiatives for Web services. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics , from Louisiana State University. When she is not working on Lotus software strategy and business initiaves, she cruises the streets in her 1966 Mustang convertible and plays golf and piano.
Jeff Calow is a Cross-Team Architect at Iris Associates whose current focus is adding the standard Java Web Application development paradigm to the Domino server and investigating web services., Jeff has been at Iris eight months and prior to that has spent his 12 year career working on application development tools. He has worked on PowerHouse 4GL from Cognos, a stillborn development tool from Sybase and PowerBuilder from Sybase/Powersoft. Most recently, Jeff helped architect and build a personalization server using J2EE server technologies at an Internet startup., Jeff?s professional interests include programming language design, distributed computing and software engineering practices. When not working, he helps to raise a family and enjoys meditating, watching movies and reading science books. His main topics of interest are: philosophy (both eastern and western), cognitive science, evolution and psychology. He holds a BSc in Computer Science and Physics from Carleton University in Ottawa.