Image:IdoSphere Can’t make it to the big Lotus conferences?  Want to see great sessions, but can’t get the boss to send you to Orlando?  Going to the big conference, but want to see some different sessions not found there?

Join us February 15-16, 2011 for IdoSphere.  Two days of sessions, all from the comfort of your chair via live webcasting!

IdoSphere Session Schedule 2011 v2.pdf

Ever go to a conference and miss good sessions because two or more were happening at once?  Each session at IdoSphere will be recorded, so you can catch all the sessions you missed, for no extra charge.

These are sessions that are NOT being presented at upcoming conferences.


Feb 15-16 2011 from 8am-5:30pm CST (-6 GMT)

The registration fee allows you to attend any of the sessions, and watch any of the replays.

and Sessions
Bob Balaban (Looseleaf Sofware) Debugging Notes Java Agents with Eclipse
Carl Tyler (Epilio) VMWare 201 - Getting Past 1st Base
Jess Stratton (Solace Consulting) Painlessly Moving Users to a New Certifier
Joe Litton (w\ Bill Malchisky) Linux Desktop: From OS Install through Running the Applications
John James Securing Lotus Domino for the Web
Dennis Heinle Android 101: Introduction to Android in the Enterprise
William Malchisky Jr (Effective Software Solutions) Lotus on Linux Report - Technical Edition
John Head (PSC) & David Via (IBM) The Notes/Domino Application Development Competitive Advantage
Luis Guirigay (PSC) Got Problems? Let's Do a Health Check
Alex Kassabov (w/John Head) Super Feats of Integration:  XPages w/Symphony, Sharepoint & Office
Jonathan Distad (Perficient) Sametime 8.5.1 - Do's Don'ts and Other Considerations
Sean Burgess (ASND Designs) Workflow 101: Build a Customizable & Reusable Workflow Engine
Kathy Brown Learning to Run - XPages for Lotus Notes Client Developers
David Leedy (NotesIn9) XPages 101: Beyond the Introduction
Gayathri Viswanathan Notes Apps + iPad = iApps
Jerald Mahurin IBM Lotus Quickr for Linux: Installation and Configuration
Rob Novak Enterprise Content Management Integration for Mere Mortals: User and Developer Perspectives

We are currently accepting proposals for session still, feel free to email them in to


The agenda will be online shortly.  There are two tracks scheduled.  One primarily development and one administration. You are free to jump back and forth or attend any of the sessions.  Of course, as an early registrant you will have full access to all of the recordings for playback.


Some conferences can cost thousands of dollars, plus hotel and airfare.  IdoSphere is significantly cheaper since there is no airfare or hotel!

Q. But why is there a small fee?  
A. First, there is no sponsors for this event.  All sessions are presented in their entirety with no commercial interruption.  Second, to ensure great speakers, they are being compensated for their time.  Third, the small fee covers the costs to provide you excellent bandwidth, audio and capabilities.

  • $25 registration fee until December 25th 2010
  • $35 registration fee until Feb 14th 2011

Do you have to miss IdoSphere and the registration period?  No problem, post-conference registration is $45 and entitles you to see all session recordings.

Register Now!