Last Friday I was in Londen for what was yet again an excellent ICON UK. Tim Clark really did a great job in organising it and I hope he can now relax again. Kudos also to Tony Holder for organising the speaker dinner at Wilton’s. Didn’t know you can eat that well in the UK!
The venue (IBM Client Centre) added a nice touch to the conference and was conveniently located at the center of Londen. That allowed me to try out a Boris Bike and see what cycling on the left side of the road is like. Straight sections didn’t cause me any problems, but sweat ran down my back at every crossing. I’m glad I’m still alive to write this. But hey: no guts, no glory!
I was once again allowed to host a session and decided this time to NOT do it about XPages or any other IBM technology, but share my experiences with an alternative web development stack called MEAN (that’s MongoDb, Express, AngularJS and Node). Thanks to anyone who was in the room for attending. For all of you who weren’t, here’s the deck:
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Hi Mark – I rode a Boris bike to IBM Southbank as well! It was great fun riding past Buckingham Palace and over the Thames, and cheap as well. Glad you enjoyed as well!
Mark, Great presentation. Please continue posting on this subject if you could.
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