Keynote Speeches & Highlights im Programm der Frühjahrskonferenz 2003

Keynote Speeches & Highlights im Programm der Frühjahrskonferenz 2003

Freuen Sie sich im Programm der 18. DNUG-Konferenz auf die Keynotes & Highlights mit ...


Dieter Brandes
Berater für Strategie und Organisation

mit der fachübergreifenden Keynote -
vertieft und nachgefragt in Session 6 - Manager's Session
Prozessmanagement der Einfachheit:
Komplexität verringern und beherrschen

    Dieter Brandes
    ist Berater für Strategie und Organisation. Er war Geschäftsführer und Mitglied des Verwaltungsrates ALDI Essen sowie Geschäftsführer und Geschäftsleitungsvorsitzender in den Unternehmensgruppen Asko/Metro, coop und Wendeln/Kamps. Seine Managementerfahrungen resultieren außerdem aus Tätigkeiten in Belgien, den Niederlanden, den USA und der Türkei.
    Beratend oder in Vortragsveranstaltungen war Dieter Brandes tätig für: SAP - Würth - Credit Suisse - Atair - Tom Tailor - OTTO Versand - Merrill Lynch - Bank of America - OBI - Poly clip - AVA - Hansetrans - Georg Fischer - Phoenix Pharmahandel - Detmers - Hewlett Packard - INTES Akademie - Ueberreuter - IIR Deutschland - basi Schöberl - Rettenmaier & Söhne - Waldeck - Kemper - Edeka - Süddeutsche Zeitung - Karstadt - IKEA. Die Erfahrungen aus dem Management des ALDI-Konzerns sind in seinem Buch „Konsequent einfach“ zusammengefasst.



... und den IT-Spezialisten


Brian Benz
Benz Technologies

in der Session WebServices am 21.5.2003 mit dem Thema
WebServices and Domino 6


    Brian Benz
    CLI, PCLP, has more than 15 years experience designing and deploying systems infrastructures, designing and developing applications, migrating messaging systems and applications, and managing projects. He has established his expertise and reputation in the Domino, Web and e-business application development marketplace since 1992 through hands-on experience in various projects and by making frequent contributions as a writer for industry publications, including the IBM Redbook XML: Powered by Domino, The Notes and Domino 6 Programmer's Bible, Lotus Advisor, e-Business Advisor, WebSphere Advisor, and e-Pro magazine. He is also a frequent presenter of technical seminars for IBM, Advisor Media and the View at venues worldwide. Brian is CEO of Benz Technologies and is also proud to be a member of Penumbra, a consortium of independent Domino professionals.

    Brian Benz ist zusätzlich Referent im Developer-Workshop am 19.5.2003.



Beverly DeWitt
IBM Corporation

in der Session WebSphere am 21.5.2003 mit dem Thema
Rapid Application Development


    Beverly DeWitt
    is an IBM software product manager for WebSphere application development tools. Her current role involves expanding the appeal of WebSphere Studio to a broader developer audience by greatly simplifying the user experience for rapidly building dynamic Web applications. As a member of the development organization, she represents customer requirements to engineering and defines the features that will deliver an easy to use, visual environment for developing rich J2EE Web applications with minimal coding.
    Beverly joined Lotus software in 1991 (IBM acquired Lotus in 1995) and has held positions in Technical Support, Field Sales, Marketing, and Lotus Notes/Domino Product Management. During her Lotus tenure she played a leading role in opening the Notes application development model to standards based tools and was instrumental in initiating the Lotus Web services and next generation technology strategies.



Dr. Kristof Kloeckner
IBM Corporation

mit der Closing Keynote
Further Techniques and Strategies of IBM Software


    Dr. Kristof Kloeckner
    is Vice President, Strategy and Architecture for IBM’s Application and Integration Middleware Division, based in Somers, New York. He was appointed to his present position in April 2001 and was previously Vice President, Business Integration Development, and Director of the IBM Hursley Laboratory in the United Kingdom. He is the Chief Technology Officer of the Application and Integration Middleware Division, and is responsible for technical strategy and architecture of IBM’s WebSphere Application Platform for e-Business. Dr. Kloeckner received a Master’s Degree and Ph.D. in Mathematics from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University at Frankfurt, Germany. He is a Fellow of the BCS and of the IEE, an honorary professor at the University of Stuttgart and a member of the advisory board of the Max-Planck-Institut for Computer Science in Saarbruecken, Germany.



Daniel Nashed
Nash!Com - Communication Systems

im Meeting Point Infrastruktur am 21.5.2003 mit dem Thema
Best Practices: Domino Performance Management


    Daniel Nashed
    ist langjähriger Notes Administrator und Entwickler mit Schwerpunkt Notes Infrastruktur, Security und C-API. Mit seiner Firma Nash!Com - Communication Systems, einer Beratungs- und Entwicklungsfirma im Lotus Domino Umfeld, hat er sich auf Lösungen und Beratung im Bereich Domino Administration, Systemintegration, Troubleshooting und Multiplattform C-API Entwicklung für NT und UNIX fokussiert. Nash!Com ist erstes deutsches Mitglied der Penumbra Organisation, einem internationalen Zusammenschluss von Lotus Business Partnern, die gemeinsam in Projekten ihr Spezial-Know-How einbringen. Neben seinen Aktivitäten in Business Partner Foren ist Daniel Nashed technischer Autor für das Groupware Magazin und betreut dort unter anderem den Bereich Tipps & Tricks. Dabei setzt er sich besonders für Domino auf UNIX und Linux ein.



Rocky Oliver
Sapphire Oak Technologies

mit der Opening Keynote
Notes and Domino: Past, Present, and Future

und in der Developer Session am 20.5.2003
Updated Design Elements Notes/Domino 6

    A wizened veteran of Lotus technologies, Rocky Oliver began his “Lotus geek” existence with Lotus Development’s Word Processing Division in 1992. Since then he has led the development team of a large, national consultancy, opened a new branch for a startup, started his own company - Sapphire Oak Technology. Rocky writes quite often, most notably co-authoring 'Teach Yourself LotusScript for Notes/Domino 4.6' (MIS Press, 1997). Rocky has a new book coming out in April 2003 - 'Notes and Domino 6 Programming Bible' (Wiley) - a book he coauthored with noted XML expert Brian Benz. He is also a technical editor and writer for Lotus ADVISOR magazine, and a writer for WebSphere ADVISOR magazine. Rocky loves to share his knowledge and experience by speaking often at IBM and Lotus technology conventions including Lotusphere, IBM DeveloperWorks Live, and ADVISOR Devcon.

    Rocky Oliver ist zusätzlich Referent im Developer-Workshop am 19.5.2003.