Here is a list of the presentations that I have delivered for various events and the presentation and resource files if appropriate.

ICON UK (Monday 21-Sep-15)

Zen and the art of requirements gathering, why getting to "In time, On budget and In scope" is easier if you start out right

Often forgotten or trivialized, good requirements gathering can make or brake your project. This session will give you techniques and tips on how to effectively get to the core of the requirements, identify ways of prioritizing them and explains some core concepts of Functional and Technical design elements. Based on years of experience gathering requirements (and working with them!) Femke & Tim will take you through some of the real life examples they've come across and a lot of do's & don'ts they have run into. Tying them into practice and theory that can help you get your projects off to a better start.

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Engage by BLUG (Monday 30-Mar-15)

Zen and the art of requirements gathering, why getting to "In time, On budget and In scope" is easier if you start out right

Often forgotten or trivialized, good requirements gathering can make or brake your project. This session will give you techniques and tips on how to effectively get to the core of the requirements, identify ways of prioritizing them and explains some core concepts of Functional and Technical design elements. Based on years of experience gathering requirements (and working with them!) Femke & Tim will take you through some of the real life examples they've come across and a lot of do's & don'ts they have run into. Tying them into practice and theory that can help you get your projects off to a better start.

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Engage by BLUG (Monday 17-Mar-14)

User Blast

It's time to release the power! IBM Notes has outstanding capabilities that ensure your social transformation starts from your inbox. We'll demonstrate how to take advantage of all of these features to improve your IBM Notes literacy, boost productivity, locate expertise, find relevant information, share knowledge and collaborate - straight from your inbox. Go back to your users and blast them away with the power of the amazing IBM Notes client.

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Lessons learned installing the Social Stack

Have you ever been asked to install Notes/Domino 9, Sametime, Connections and Protector and get it all working together? No, we thought not. But we have!
Find out what happened where the pitfalls are and how to help yourself along.

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ICON UK (Monday 2-Sep-13) 

The secret art of requirements gathering

Often forgotten or trivialized, good requirements gathering can make or brake your project. This session will give you techniques and tips on how to effectively get to the core of the requirements, identify ways of prioritizing them and explains some core concepts of Functional and Technical design elements. Based on years of experience gathering requirements (and working with them!) Femke & Tim will take you through some of the real life examples they've come across and a lot of do's & dont's they've seen (and despaired over)!
(with Femke Goedhart)

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Social Connections V (Fri 28-Jun-13) 

Project Managing a Connections Install

I have been told that my abstract has been approved so I just have to write the presentation now. ;o) 

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TLCC & teamstudio Webcast (Tue 26-Mar-13)

XPages Blast

Another re-run but this time as a webcast that can be watched again. I'll post a link to the webcast as soon as I have it. 

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BLUG 2013 (Fri 22-Mar-13)

XPages Blast

A re-run of the XPages Blast we did at IBM Connect. 

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IBM Connect 2013 (Mon 28 & Tue 29-Mar-13)

XPages Blast

This session will take you on a roller-coaster ride through the "best of the best" ideas and time- saving techniques for creating world-class XPages applications. Thirty all new top tips in just sixty minutes is going to be fast-paced and packed with loads of information you will refer to time and time again! Everything from introductory tips to getting started with XPages, all the way through to complex tips - such as making use of Java. And back this year is the support app showing all of the tips and tricks. Please fasten your seat belts and keep your hands in the car at all times!

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UKLUG 2012

London 2012 - By the numbers

As I was a Games Maker for the London 2012 Olympics I did a fun presentation for UKLUG that talked about some of the stats that made up the summer of 2012. 

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BLUG 2012

XPages Blast

New and updated for 2012. Tim will take you on a roller-coaster ride through the best of the best ideas and time saving techniques for creating world class XPages applications. We're going to provide 30 top tips in just 60 minutes, it will be fast paced and packed with loads of information you will refer to time and again. Please fasten your seat belts and keep your hands in the car at all times.

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Lotusphere 2012

BP103 - XPages Blast

New and updated for 2012. Matt and Tim, will take you on a roller-coaster ride through the best of the best ideas and time saving techniques for creating world class XPages applications. We're going to provide 30 top tips in just 60 minutes, it will be fast paced and packed with loads of information you will refer to time and again. Please fasten your seat belts and keep your hands in the car at all times.

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Lotusphere 2011

SHOW106 - XPages 101, how to build an XPages application

Join us as we take you step by step and click by click through building an XPages application. Learn the basics and then grow the complexity as you expand the application, including XPages, Custom Control, Server Side Javascript, single UI methodology, using existing Lotus Notes data and adding unlisted Dojo objects. Watch the application being built live on stage with everything you need to know condensed into two hours.

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BP211 - XPages Blast

Matt and Tim, will take you on a roller-coaster ride through the best of the best ideas and time saving techniques for creating world class XPages applications. We're going to provide 30 top tips in just 60 minutes, it will be fast paced and packed with loads of information you will refer to time and again. Everything from simple debugging and dojo controls all the way through to complex Server Side Javascript and jQuery integration. Please fasten your seat belts and keep your hands in the car at all times.

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ILUG 2010

XPages Blast

Matt and Tim, will take you on a roller-coaster ride through the best of the best ideas and time saving techniques for creating world class XPages applications. We're going to provide 30 top tips in just 60 minutes, it will be fast paced and packed with loads of information you will refer to time and again. Everything from simple debugging and dojo controls all the way through to complex Server Side Javascript and jQuery integration. Please fasten your seat belts and keep your hands in the car at all times.

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BLUG 2010

Making your XPages Applications pop with Themes and CSS

A presentation that I borrowed from Declan Lynch and David Leedy

Sorry - session materials and presentation no longer available

Lotusphere 2010

SHOW112 - How to build an XPages application from start to finish.

Join us as we take you step by step and click by click through building an XPages application. Learn the basics and then grow the complexity as you expand the application, including XPages, Custom Control, Server Side Javascript, single UI methodology, using existing Lotus Notes data and adding unlisted Dojo objects. Watch the application being built live on stage with everything you need to know condensed into two hours.

Session slides and supporting content

UKLUG 2009

XPages 101 - My first attempt at show and tell.

As this was ALL DEMO I only had 5 or 6 slides.