Meet the authors
This book is produced by a team of specialists from around the world.
Enio Rubens Basso is an IT Specialist for IBM Software Group in Brazil. He has more of 16 years as IT Professional and joined IBM in 2009, starting as a Client Technical Professional
at IBM Collaboration Solutions (ICS) brand. Enio is currently part of Accelerate Value Program (AVP) team in one of the Biggest Banks in Brazil, focusing in Collaboration Software and Portals. Enio holds a degree in Computer Science from Universidade Federal de Uberlandia. He is a Certified System Administrator for IBM Connections, IBM Sametime, Lotus Domino and WebSphere Portal Server and is also a certified in Linux LPI Level 1 and DB2 Associate.
– Technical Director, The Turtle Partnership -is a highly respected member of IBM’s technical community and an IBM Champion for Collaboration Solutions 2011-2013. With her focus on design, development, deployment and administration of global infrastructures, she has established herself and her firm as experts within the messaging/collaborative space. Besides enjoying the challenge of learning new technologies and thriving in environments of constant change, Gabriella enjoys sharing her love of collaborative technologies and promoting women in technology (via NerdGirls). She can often be found presenting at user groups, conferences and industry events around the world on the topics of administration, infrastructure, collaboration and NerdGirl-related topics. In addition to her Technical Director, speaker and presenter roles, Gabriella is also a successful author – authoring IBM Lotus exams, acting as Technical Editor for The View and co-authoring the recently published IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5.2 Administration Guide and Connections101.Net website
a passionate believer in the use of social collaboration tools to enhance the way people work. He demonstrates how these tools can enhance the communication, collaboration, and capture of information in organizations of all sizes. Alan has nearly 20 years experience of helping to solve customer problems through the implementation of collaborative systems and has turned many customer relationships into long term friendships. Alan encourages you to be social by tweeting him
, linking with him on LinkedIn
, or posting comments.
Abhishek Jain is working with IBM India Software Labs since 2004 and has been in the industry for 10 years. He is currently working as an IT Specialist with IBM Collaboration Services and is skilled on various Lotus products. He is a Certified Lotus Professional, Certified Lotus Administrator, and a Certified Lotus Instructor on both Lotus Domino Administration and Development. Abhishek has been a part of earlier RedWikis Customizing Quickr 8.1 and Best Practices for Building Web Applications for Domino 8.5.1. He has also published developerWorks articles Integrating IBM Lotus Forms with IBM Lotus Domino and Auto-zipping Lotus Notes Attachments.
Marcelo Makiuchi is a Senior IT Specialist working for Global Technology Services at IBM Brazil. Marcelo majored in Systems Analysis at Universidade Mackenzie. He has 14 years experiences in middleware platforms including WebSphere Application Server, Web Server, Messaging, LDAP,Security, and Operating Systems.
Chris Miller is the Director of Messaging & Collaboration at Connectria, a three time IBM Lotus Beacon Award winner. Connectria is the leader in hosted and remotely managed IBM environments. He is better known as IdoNotes across the social networks and the founder of Spiked Studio.
Chander Ponnusamy is working as a CTO at ReactiveBus Business Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore,India. He has around 12 years of experience and worked on various IBM WebSphere,IBM Lotus and IBM Security Products. ReactiveBus is an IBM Business partner which provides services in IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM Connections, IBM FileNet P8, IBM Vivisimo Search and IBM Security products.
Evan Tepsic is a Staff Software Engineer working for IBM Software Group on the IBM Connections and SmartCloud products since 2011. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering Technology and over seven years of industry experience in Information Technology.
Whei-Jen Chen is a Project Leader at the International Technical Support Organization, San Jose Center. She has extensive experience in application development, database design and modeling, and DB2® system administration. Whei-Jen is an IBM Certified Solutions Expert in Data Management, and an IBM Certified IT Specialist
Special thanks to the following people for contributing to this effort
The authors express their deep gratitude for the technical consultation and direction from the following members:
- David Byrd is an Executive I/T Architect for IBM Collaboration Solutions.
- Charles Price is an Advisory Software Engineer for IBM Collaboration Solutions
We wish to acknowledge a special thank you to the following sponsors and key stakeholders from the Lotus Forms Development, Product Management, and Lotus IDC Teams:
- Amanada Bauman - ICS Wikis Program Manager
- Dana Liburdi - Information Architect for Lotus products
- David Byrd - Executive I/T Architect for IBM Collaboration Solutions.
- Michael Wanderski - Senior Software Engineer of IBM Connections
- Scott Prager - Distinguished Engineer - Social Software and Lotus Connections
- Therese Barrett - IBM Connections Release Manager
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