In a little under two weeks, I’ll head down the coast for San Diego and IIUG. I’m seriously looking forward to meeting Informix customers and developers from around the world, and running sessions in the Informix Usability Sandbox.
The sessions we have lined up are going to be good ones, and I can’t wait to sit down with other IIUG members and hear what they have to say about the new 12.10 release, and where they would like to see Informix go in the future.
Sessions will include:
Usability testing of the new Mobile OAT application, fresh off of the 12.10 release. Users can try Mobile OAT out and tell us what they think, and show us how we might make improvements in the future. We’ll also be discussing the latest changes to OAT, and what might be done for any future development.
Discussions on Informix-related media. When does the Info Center work for users, and when does it not work? How about videos? How about these blog posts? We want to figure out the best ways to connect users to the information they want and need.
Informix and mobile. The singularity might or might not be coming soon, but either way, Informix is going places. We want to figure out where untethered Informix might end up. It’s going to be an excellent opportunity for Informix users to shape the development conversation.
For those of you attending, I’ll be in (the room) Santa Fe 3, April 22-24th, for scheduled sessions between the hours of 9am and 5pm each day. Otherwise, I’ll be out shaking hands and meeting other IIUG members. Sign up for a session and/or be ready to shake my hand.
IIUG members will be able to sign up for sessions at the
conference IBM Information Table. But anyone can also drop me a line (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up
some time to talk. Comments or conversations,
all are welcome!