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My advisor schedule for next week is busier than I have ever been at one conference

By Andrew Pollack on 07/12/2005 at 08:57 PM EDT

This year, asside from more sessions than I've ever done at a conference (7 hours plus a lunch) I'm traveling with my 10 year old Daughter, Coryn. Rocky is bringing a couple of his Rock-etts with him, and we're all going to have some fun after the show with a big road trip I've planned through my favorite places in Northern Arizona.

Saturday:
Arrive, pick up rental car, and make my semi-annual pilgramage to Fry's Electronics. I have to stop at the grocery store just past the hotel to get a cooler, lots of Dr. Pepper, a bunch of Coke (the drink kind) for Rocky so he doesn't drink all mine from the mini-bar, lots of ice and food for Coryn. When I finally get to the hotel room, get ready for Sunday's sessions.

Sunday:
ADVISOR JUMPSTART: AJL203 Lotus Notes/Domino Admin 101 (with Gab Davis, Superstar)
Penn and Teller w/ Rocky, Gab, Tim, and the three kids.

Monday:
Lunch with the speakers (Come talk to me so we can have the popular table)
ALL201 Get the Most Out of Domino Administration Client
ALL304 Admin Zero to Hero in 60 Minutes
Cirque Du Soleil - Ka w/ Rocky, Gab, Tim, and the three kids.

Tuesday:
ALL304 Admin Zero to Hero in 60 Minutes
ALL308 IBM Lotus Domino 7 Meets IBM DB2

Wednesday:
ALL201 Get the Most Out of Domino Administration Client
Leave at Lunch Time for the big road trip (probably with a second stop at Fry's on the way out of town)

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ADVISOR JUMPSTART: AJL203 Lotus Notes/Domino Admin 101
Sunday 07/17/2005 02:00 PM (Gabriella Davis & Andrew Pollack)
Whether you're new to Notes/Domino administration, or you've been doing it for awhile without ever really getting to learn the "why" of it, this JumpStart is for you. You'll learn the basics of Lotus Notes certificates and cross certification, and the keys to security. You'll see what comprises a solid infrastructure for applications and e-mail. You'll discover why things should be done a certain way, and you'll learn to manage your infrastructure in a way that is robust, stable, and self-monitoring.
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ALL201 Get the Most Out of Domino Administration Client
Monday 07/18/2005 09:30 AM
Wednesday 07/20/2005 08:00 AM
Are you still doing Lotus Notes/Domino administration by directly editing the NAB? Do you still make replicas between servers one at a time? It's time to look (again) at Domino Administrator, a tool that keeps getting better and better. In this session you'll learn how to use Administrator for user management, server stability, performance monitoring, database management, and more, using both the Notes and Web versions of this awesome tool.
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ALL304 Admin Zero to Hero in 60 Minutes
Monday 07/18/2005 01:30 PM
Tuesday 07/19/2005 11:00 AM
Imagine you have two big offices on opposite sides of the country and one remote site three hours from the nearest airport. How do you keep it all running? In this session, you'll examine system configuration from end-to-end, including clusters, Internet mail routing, anti-spam, security, administrative task delegation, and replication, policies, and client update rollouts. Today the question isn't "Can I...", it's "How should I....". You'll discover which "best practices" really are, and why. This session moves fast, so bring a liter of water and a protein bar.
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ALL308 IBM Lotus Domino 7 Meets IBM DB2
Tuesday 07/19/2005 08:00 AM
Take a deep dive into an all-new aspect of Domino 7, and discover what it means to store Domino data in DB2. In this session you'll explore 7 and DB2 from a developer perspective. You'll learn to create more dynamic views with embedded Structured Query Language (SQL). You'll learn how using a relational database compares to an .NSF. You'll discover how to provide access to Domino data to DB2 developers in a more controlled way.
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