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March 14, 2019
My visit to Think2019.

What is Think2019? It’s IBM’s flagship business and technology conference. This year the hosting city was San Francisco. A very nice and cultural city, but I don’t think they took the weather into account in the decision of their lounge infrastructures at the conference. To summarize the weather during the convention: sunny with clouds, rain ,rain […]

April 11, 2018
Visiting IBM Think 2018

I decided to attend the IBM Think 2018 conference in Las Vegas. It was the first time that IBM brought all of its big conference together at one location. The program is impressive with a wide area of topics: - Cloud - Collaboration - Customer Engagement - Data and Analytics - Dev - Human Resources […]

March 20, 2018
Think 2018

Last Sunday Think 2018 started. Think is IBM’s largest conference. On this conference some new exciting developments were announced in our world of integration. In this blog I will highlights some points I am most excited about. A more in depth blog with focus on ACE will follow as soon as I have the time. […]

October 5, 2017
XSD Visualisation Part 1

By Niki Heyligen An analysis team at a client was looking for an easy to use tool to visualize XSD’s and WSDL’s. As this was not a technical team, but a team that has a focus on the business and functional aspect of a project, there was no interest in seeing the contracts in its […]

February 11, 2017
IBM Watson Customer Engagement

A few weeks ago, I attended a big IBM training event about IBM’s e-commerce offering. During the conference, a new brand name was released: “Watson Customer Engagement”. My primary interest was the B2B integration solution of IBM, that is part of this suite and falls under the category “Watson Supply Chain”. IBM has an extensive […]

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