Tri State LUG Wrap Up

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This past Monday we held the 2010 edition of the Tri State Lotus User Group.  We had close to 100 attendees for a full day event, kicked off in the morning with Alistair Rennie’s Keynote, wrapped up with Kevin Cavanaugh presenting the Collaboration Roadmap, and a full slate of sessions in between.

Alistair and Kevin both presented very informally, taking lots of questions from the audience throughout their presentations. They also presented quite a bit of the same information that they covered at LoLA the week before, giving the audience a real glimpse of what is coming short term, and what they can expect to hear more about at Lotusphere 2011.

Special thanks to GSX, Teamstudio, PSC, and SGA Business Systems for their sponsorship, and to IBM for providing the facility and Logistics support. Kathleen McGivney is the master organizer, seeing to every last detail (and there are many of them) to make the event a huge success.

Thanks to Matt White for all his support with the LUG Site template, and to Joe Hoetzl for creating the Tri State LUG Graphics, and presentation templates. Joe also served as our event photographer you can see photos of the even in the Tri State LUG 2010 Flickr Set.

Big thanks of course goes out to all of our speakers, we are working on getting all of the session slides uploaded to the Tri State LUG site (some of them are already there) click in to the individual sessions to find the slides.

Here are some links for more information on Tri State LUG 2010

My live blog of Alistair Rennie Keynote
My live blog of Kevin Cavanuagh Collaboration Roadmap Session
Chris Miller:Tri-State Lotus User Group live keynote with Alistair Rennie
Chris Miller: LotusLive Notes cloud hybrid modeling
John Head: Did you notice the IBM Lotus news that came out of TriState LUG yesterday? Bunudle of Tweets from Tri State LUG
Twitter Search for TriStateLUG

I guess all that is left to do now is begin planning Tri State LUG 2011

One Response to Tri State LUG Wrap Up
  1. Antoine Leboyer
    October 13, 2010 | 8:04 am


    Happy to have contributed even modestly. LUG’s are fundamental.