LTAP Session Replays Now Available

You can watch the session replays here:
http://notescode.net/category/ltap/

We aplogize for the issues with the session videos and have been working diligently to setup the videos on a new platform so that they are viewable in an acceptable size and ‘readable’ for you in full screen mode.  
LTAP / Notes Code has not received any explanation from Expos2 (the conference hosting company) as to why the videos were not properly working on their platform.  We are deeply disappointed in their services and lack of response.  We will not be using their platform for LTAP 2011.
Again, we apologize and hope that you enjoy the session replays.

LTAP sessions will be re-posted this week

Hello Everyone.   Thank you to all who attended the LTAP conference.   The hosting company who provided the platform for the conference had issues with their video playback.  We apologize for this.    LTAP will re-post these videos so that you can re-watch the sessions at your convenience.    We will send everyone an email with the URL to use.

LTAP Starts today

LTAP begins today at 9 AM.   Join the conference using this URL:  http://www.ltapconference.com

Keynote speaker announced

We are pleased to announce the keynote speaker for LTAP 2010 will be none other than IBM’s Ed Brill, Director of Product Management for Lotus Notes and Domino Products, and LotusLive Notes.

IBM Product Managers….

We are lining up an impressive cast of IBM Product Managers too!  Here’s our list of as of today…

Sametime “Tag Team”
Rob Ingram; Senior Product Manager – Lotus Sametime (Sametime & SUT overview)
Marlon Machado; Product Manager, Lotus Sametime Platform & Solutions

Quickr Overview
David Kajmo; Sr. Product Manager; IBM Social Software

Lotus Application Development Strategy
Pete Janzen; Sr. Product Manager, Lotus Application Development

IBM Lotus Notes Traveler
Jan Kenney; Lotus Notes Traveler Product Manager

Speakers are lining up to present at LTAP

Our list of confirmed speakers is growing.  If you’d like to make a presentation, be sure to let us know!

  • Chris Miller
  • Russell Chung
  • Mike Kinder
  • Bill Malchisky
  • Alan Forbes
  • Gary Devendorf
  • Dale Jones
  • Mark Roosevelt

Pre-registration opens – 100 registrations in first hour!

Virtual is IN! Today, LTAP launched pre-registration and session voting.   The response is very positive and the Lotus Notes community is excited about the first virtual conference in the Lotus space!    This will be a new experience for all but everyone has great expectations.   Thank you for your feedback.  Keep spreading the word about LTAP!

Here are a few interesting snapshots from the pre-registration data:

Have you attended a Virtual Conference before?

If you have NOT attended a virtual conference, what are your expectations?

Speakers Information Pack now available

Call for speakers!

Are you interested in presenting a session at LTAP?  If so, please download our “Speaker Information” PDF file.

Speaker Information

LTAP – October 27 & 28

Be part of the first VIRTUAL conference for Notes developers, administrators and professionals.   This is a free conference and you don’t have to ask for budget approval.   You and your colleagues can attend the conference from your office.   

Why a virtual conference?

  • no travel
  • no hotel
  • no missed work (as long as you work a couple extra hours on Mon, Tues and Fri)
  • no budget (we know you can’t ask for a trip to a conference with our current economy)
  • Lotus Notes is NOT dead
  • education and industry events are important to improve your skills and knowledge.  Let’s get to work!

You may have never attended a virtual conference before.  Here is some information to explain how it works.

 

What is the LTAP Virtual Conference?
LTAP is the first VIRTUAL Lotus Technical and Professional users’ conference.  Many Notes professionals, users, developers, administrators, managers and executives find it difficult to take one or two full days off work to attend local Notes User Group meetings.  And most don’t have budgets to attend a conference like Lotusphere.   LTAP provides the opportunity for these Notes professionals to attend virtual sessions from well known industry professionals, ask the presenters questions, visit a virtual product showcase where vendors have virtual booths that they staff live, watch live demos at the booths and mingle online with other Notes community members.  Since attendees can join the conference from their office, more people will be able to attend and participate than ever before.


 

How does a virtual conference work?
With the exception of physically being present at a conference, the conference has the same elements: sessions and tracks, vendor booths, raffles and prizes, and community collaboration.   Speakers provide valuable information in their presentations and demonstrations while taking questions (via chat text) from attendees.   Vendors’ virtual booths are staffed with live team members to answer questions and to provide live product demos.  These booths can be setup with literature, self running promo/demo videos and links to the vendors’ websites.  

No more conference bags filled with literature and too big for your luggage. 
Attendees will have a virtual briefcase that saves your chat conversations with vendors, downloads and organizes product literature from the vendors booths, automatically tracks your participation in prize raffles.   Your briefcase will also store business cards that are given to you by other attendees and vendors.   

What is the user experience like?
Attendees will plan their schedule so they can make it to all the sessions that are important to them.   In between sessions attendees can join group chats to share information, ideas, success stories or talk about the MLB World Series.   A virtual product showcase will also be open for attendees to discover Notes applications, solutions and services. 

What is a virtual booth?  What can you do at the booth?
The virtual booth is amazing.   You can do everything you do at a live event except give a physical handshake and get tired feet walking to all the booths.  Here is what you can do at your virtual booth:

-   You can use a webcam and mic to interact live with a staff member at the booth
-    You can download product literature
-   You can text chat with a group of attendees that are currently at the same booth
-   You can watch videos that the vendor has available
-   You can “pickup” the staff member’s business card and add it to your breifcase
-   You can participate in prize drawings
-    You WILL find products and solutions that are needed for your organization!     

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