Engage User Group Event 2020
in Arnhem, Netherlands
The BeLux User Group is organising its next meeting from
2 to 4 March 2020 under the motto:
Dream – be inspired – create
Whether WebAssembly, Nomade, Domino 11 or the roadmap to HCL Digital Experience – The Engage User Group launched its very first event in 2009 as the first Belgian-Luxembourg IBM Lotus Notes user group (BLUG). After switching notes from IBM to HCL, Engage is now an HCL User Group. This year’s Engage UG event offers an extensive program with over 80 sessions from 100 selected top speakers from all over the world, in the unusual location of the Burger Zoo in Arnhem.
In addition to workshops and lectures on the topics of administration & provision, development, emerging technologies such as WebAssembly, Business and Strategy, there will also be roundtables. The outlooks of interest for the further development of Domino V11 can probably be found above all among the Strategy Sessions.
10 exciting HCL strategy sessions
It is not easy to decide on the choice offered, because unfortunately some sessions run in parallel. The HCL session of Max Sutton and Thomas Hampel on HCL Nomad Mobile will take place at the same time as the presentation of the roadmap to the HCL Digital Experience (by Herbert Hillhorst, HCL Technical Advisor). Both will run on Tuesday 3 March from 4 p.m.
Don’t miss the session “What’s New in Domino V11 and Beyond for Application Development” (with Andrew Manby and Andrew Davis, both HCL, March 4 from 1:30 p.m.) if you want to know why Domino for App-Dev is a good decision. The session for developers “Domino Web Dev Options – Which one to Choose?” takes place beforehand (with Bernd Hort, Assono GmbH, 9.00 a.m.).
Here you will find all event sessions: Engage Tracks & Sessions 2020 .
News about HCL Nomad and WebAssembly?
If you are interested in this topic because you want to use existing, smaller Notes applications or databases on the Web, you can look forward to seeing if there will be further announcements from HCL. HCL announced last year that a new client was in the works for which no name was yet available. This “light-weight client” is supposed to do without complicated installation. The code base of HCL Nomad is to be transformed with WebAssembly technology so that simple Notes applications can be opened in the browser.
According to the HCL Webinar from the end of November 2019, the first version of the new client is to be released in 2020 and expanded quarterly. No further details were provided. So far, HCL has said that the link should offer the following possibilities:
- Running apps in a browser
- Switching between client and web
- Offline Applications
- Links to Office 365 and HCL Connections
We hope for more information in this Engage Strategy session: “The Next Instalment: HCL Nomad Web” by Thomas Hampel and Doug Conmy (both HCL), on March 4, 2020 from 9 a.m.!
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