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C3UG Webinar July 19

On Wednesday, July 19, the Cross Canada Collaboration User Group will be hosting a webinar starting at 12:00 PM Eastern time.  The webinar is scheduled for one hour.  We will have two speakers – abstracts below. Registration is open, here. Customer

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My Review of IBM Connect 2017

Some thoughts and observations on the recently completed IBM Connect 2017.  I think this is now 3 years in a row where I have left for home in a generally positive frame of mind, and in fact the last two

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2016 Looking Back

Taking Russ’ lead, and following up on something I’ve wanted to do for several years now, here is a quick summary of 2016 for me, personally and professionally. January 2016 launched the most comprehensive XPages project I’ve ever built, excellent

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C3UG Agenda for Nov. 17 Meeting

Our meeting scheduled for Thursday November 17 is finalized. The agenda is here. Please register for the event, indicating if you will attend in person or online. This event is available to everyone in the collaboration community regardless of if

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Accepting Abstracts to Present at C3UG

Abstract submission is open for the next Cross Canada Collaboration User Group. The deadline is Friday, October 21. The event is on Thursday, November 17. We have presentation time slots of 45, 30, and 15 minutes, and are inviting 5

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Cross Canada Collaboration User Group

Announcing the revival of what was previously known as the Cross-Country Lotus User Group (CCLUG) with a new name: Cross Canada Collaboration User Group (C3UG). Work is well underway to plan this event, with more information and announcements to come

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Working with Multi-Value Date Fields Using the OpenNTF Domino API

I completed a task yesterday that caused me no small amount of grief and wanted to write down what I learned, primarily for myself so I don’t forget, but also to share with others who may be struggling with the

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