My Lotusphere speaking experience
Posted by Gia Lyons on January 21, 2008
I presented at Lotusphere with one of the Lotus Connections product managers, Ted Stanton, on Sunday. It was a Quickstart, which is code for a firehose of information, including market drivers, demonstration, and best practices for infrastructure deployment and business adoption.
During the second session, I was talking about the need to enable federated repositories in WebSphere Application Server 6.1 before installing Lotus Connections.
Only, I said “federated suppositories.” I have no idea why. It certainly woke up the audience.
And, of course, the entire session is recorded, so I’m sure this will come back to haunt me at some point. There goes my political career, eh? (<— Look, Canadian influences are taking over!)
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